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In this Sept. 19, 2014 photo, Stephenson County Peer Jury coordinator Jacqueline Cooley, left, sits in a jury box at the Stephenson County Courthouse in Freeport, Ill., with peer jury volunteers, from left, Lisa Spangler, Jorie Heilman, Haley Pentecost, Talani Grier, Raekwon Cooley and Mariah Coffee. The Stephenson County Peer Jury Program established by the State’s Attorney’s office in 2007, allows Freeport-area youth who are 13 to 17 years old to serve as a peer jury in criminal cases involving first-time juvenile offenders. (AP Photo/The Journal-Standard, Shannon Ireland)

In this Sept. 19, 2014 photo, Stephenson County Peer Jury coordinator Jacqueline Cooley, left, sits in a jury box at the Stephenson County Courthouse in Freeport, Ill., with peer jury volunteers, from left, Lisa Spangler, Jorie Heilman, Haley Pentecost, Talani Grier, Raekwon Cooley and Mariah Coffee. The Stephenson County Peer Jury Program established by the State’s Attorney’s office in 2007, allows Freeport-area youth who are 13 to 17 years old to serve as a peer jury in criminal cases involving first-time juvenile offenders. (AP Photo/The Journal-Standard, Shannon Ireland)

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