As mentioned previously, I operate under a grant in my office dealing with violent juvenile crime. As part of that grant, I must provide a report every quarter. So these stats deal with the last three months (July-September)
Total cases handled: 81 files
Number of pleas taken: 49
Number of cases closed after arrest but before indictment: 6
Main reason why: insufficient evidence
Number of trials: 2
Number of convictions: 1
Number of thank you cards from victims: 1
Youngest defendant: 14 (See below)
Types of cases handled: gun point robberies, burglaries, car thefts, shootings, stabbings, murders, gun possession, drug possession, vehicular homicide, rape
Number of defendants attempting to withdraw plea: 2
Number of them that succeeded: 0
Toughest case to resolve appropriately: Sixteen year old robbed two people with a shotgun. Proof showed he has a 70 IQ and was put up to it by his mom's boyfriend who also got him drunk before it.
Resolution in that case: Probation
Worst offender of the quarter: Between the ages of fourteen and fifteen one defendant committed two gun point rapes and four gun point robberies.
Not bad for a three months span.