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Law And Tactics In Juvenile Cases, Adrienne E. Volenik Jan 1977

Law And Tactics In Juvenile Cases, Adrienne E. Volenik

Law Faculty Publications

Preparing a practice manual for legal services and defense attorneys located in all parts of the country is a difficult assignment. Despite differences in state juvenile codes and significant variations in the evolution of case law in each jurisdiction, there are common issues and problems in the juvenile and family law fields. Although this Manual is not designed to answer definitively questions of law that arise in a particular jurisdiction, it does present a comprehensive overview of the issues. In addition, it proposes solutions to the common problems, outlines challenges to improper practices, and suggests tactics to be employed in ...


Notice In Juvenile Delinquency Proceedings, Adrienne Volenik Jan 1975

Notice In Juvenile Delinquency Proceedings, Adrienne Volenik

Law Faculty Publications

Despite these suggestions, the problem of what constitutes adequate notice continues to plague juvenile courts. Furthermore, by suggesting two criminal and two civil cases as examples, the Court added the issue of whether a civil or a criminal standard for notice should be applied. Courts that have addressed this issue have reached different conclusions.