| Juvenile Courthouse
| Location Information
The Juvenile Courthouse is a court house in Springfield.
Milhouse and Bart notice Chief Wiggum's squad car on a walk to school. They get inside and mess around in the front seat, but accidentally put the car into neutral after being threatened by the squad's canine in the back seat. After crashing the police car into a tree, Wiggum puts Bart and Milhouse in custody for assuming they used the car for a joyride.
In juvenile court, Milhouse gets his case dismissed for Judge Snyder believes that "boys will be boys". Bart, not worried about any punishment as he believes that Snyder is "the good judge", comes up to face his trial. Snyder is just about to let Bart free when abruptedly the judge's vacation starts. The replacement judge, Constance Harm, isn't a pushover, and is just about to sentence him to juvenile detention. But after realizing that Homer was the one who abandoned Bart in the first place, she orders that Bart and Homer are to be tethered together for the time being.
When brought before Judge Harm again, Homer and Marge were almost sentenced to gruesome punishment. However, Bart interrupts the trail and confesses that he should be the one punished, not his parents. Harm gets ready to punish Bart when Judge Snyder's vacation expires, putting him back on the case. Snyder moves for a motion that "boys will be boys" and dismisses the case.
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