Do you have to be 18 to go to court?

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To attend a session of court as an observer, you do not need to be 18. To appear as a principal in a case, you are not considered to be legally competent until you reach the age of majority in your state. Until you reach that age you may not bring, or be the recipient of, a civil suit.
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