Legal Advice for Juvenile Law — 10 results
Written by attorney Gabrielle Tetreault, almost 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
Purpose of Juvenile Dependency Court: The Juvenile Dependency Court is a branch of the Superior Court which hears cases involving neglected and/or abused children under eighteen years of... more
Written by attorney Joanne Musick-Long, almost 3 years ago.
Has your child been accused of a crime in Texas? Here are answers to the most common questions including "what's going to happen next"?
Written by attorney John Leif Fossum, about 4 years ago.
When does juvenile delinquency law apply? Any person under the age of 18 who is accused of a crime appears first in juvenile court. If the court finds the child committed the crime beyond... more
Written by attorney Leigh De La Reza, about 4 years ago.
This information applies specifically to Texas juvenile law.
The role of the parent in the
juvenile justice system may at times appear paradoxical. The fundamental rights of the... more
Written by attorney Michael Matlock, almost 6 years ago.
What makes a kid a kid Section 51.095 is the functional equivalent of Article 38.22 of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure for juvenile offenders. The principal difference, of course, is... more
Written by attorney Max Allen Keller, about 3 years ago.
In Minnesota, teen drivers have restrictions placed on them that adult drivers do not. Teen drivers also receive harsher penalties for violating the law than do drivers over the age of 18.... more
Written by attorney Shari Goldsberry, over 3 years ago.
Last month, the Supreme Court of the United States
decided J.D.B. v. North Carolina,
No. 09-11121, 564 U.S. ___ (2011). J.D.B., a 13-year-old seventh-grade student,
was taken from his... more
Written by attorney Jose Salayandia, over 1 year ago.
El Paso Texas Juvenile Certification
If your child has been arrested, you are likely worried about what can happen to him or her. This brief guide describes a proceeding that could happen... more
Written by attorney Lisa Manning, about 4 years ago.
Virginia juvenile records are generally closed to public view,
but may still be available to the court, law enforcement and, by court order,
to other agencies/individuals. The only public... more
Written by attorney Scott Wineberg, over 4 years ago.
WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT? Loss prevention may detain suspects "in a reasonable manner and for a reasonable length of time." This does not constitute an arrest. Only if the police get involved... more