Court for Kids
Kids helping kids understand the Marin Superior Court
Court is a place where people go to solve problems. Sometimes children don't understand court and what happens there. Kids might think that court is a bad place because of what they hear from family, friends, or on TV. That is not true at all. There are many great things that go on in court, and you can learn more about them, here.
Getting to Know the Court
Do you know what the State Seal is, or who makes the laws? Have you ever wondered about the history of the Marin County Civic Center? Without Frank Lloyd Wright, we wouldn't have the Civic Center. Without the Civic Center, we wouldn't be able to solve problems. Who wants that? Not me!
Under the Blue Roof
Have you ever gone past a big building with a blue roof, in San Rafael? If you have, that's the Marin County Civic Center. There are a lot of things that go on in there, but one of the really important things is court. But did you know that there are different kinds of court? If you want to learn more, watch our movie "Under the Blue Roof."
Who's Who in the Courtroom
A courtroom doesn't function all on its own. It takes a lot of important people to make sure our courts are a place where people are treated fairly. Take a look at this video to learn more about who's who in the court.
How Court Affects You and Me
Court is not only about helping adults. It's there to help you, too! Court always makes sure to put kids first, so remember, court is not as bad of a place as you might think it is. Kids can have a voice, too!
The Truth About Court
Do you like to watch TV? Have you ever seen a show about court? If you have, don't believe what you saw or heard. Many things on these shows are not what would really happen in court. They make court seem much worse than it really is. This video gives you the truth about court.
Behind the Scenes
Ever wonder about who created this website? There are writers, researchers, and overall hard workers who made this happen, and we'll tell you how and why they completed this project.
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Everyday, you learn something new. Today, you are going to learn some useful words that you might hear in the court. This is the glossary, where you will find out the definitions of these words.
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