The CarTeen program is for the first time juvenile traffic offender and their parents/guardians.
If you have additional questions, please contact the Court at (937) 547-7350.
Our Mission: To provide a Court Appointed Special Advocate for abused, neglected or dependent children in juvenile court proceedings. Volunteers will advocate for the best interests of the children in an effective, timely, professional manner until the case is permanently resolved.
Every year, abused, neglected or dependent children of Darke County are in need of safe, permanent, nurturing homes. They have no family to call their own and spend years of their childhood moving from one temporary home to another, sometimes getting lost in the system. As CASA, we become these children's voice in the court and advocate for their best interests.
To learn more about becoming a CASA volunteer, please contact Kay Robbins at (937) 547-9091 or email@example.com.
|Seatbelt (Driver)||$30.00 (fine only)|
|Seatbelt (Passenger)||$20.00 (fine only)|
|Failure to Send||$108.00|
|Contempt for Child Support||$108.00|
|Marriage Consent||No Charge|
|Custody (Including Home Study Deposit)||Varies|
|Car Teen (Traffic School)||$30.00*|
|* In addition to $144.00 Moving Violation Fee|
|Certification of Copies||$3.00|
|Certified Mail||Actual Cost|
|Application for Counsel||$28.00|
Juvenile Court handles the following types of temporary custody changes: Cases involving abuse, neglect or dependency filed by Children Services. Please note that custody changes are not granted for school purposes only.
As a general rule, a child is "emancipated", or freed from parental control, care and custody, upon reaching 18 or upon graduation from high school if the child turns 18 in his or her senior year.