Another Friday in the books and another weekend on the way! Let's get your free time started with a recap of the week with OJD and some resources.
Tip of the Week
What Is the Process for Indictment?
Once a petition is filed against a juvenile, the prosecutor may submit the petition to a grand jury for indictment. Unlike in adult criminal court where the prosecutor submits a bill of information prior to charges being filed, in juvenile court the grand jury process starts after the formal charging process (petition filed) begins. If an indictment is handed down against the juvenile and the juvenile is given notice, the juvenile court must transfer the case to superior court.
Useful Resource Reminder:
Juvenile Justice Service Directory: This is a directory of services to aid in alternative solutions to YDC.
Tuesday, July 27 at 3:30 PM, Burcu Hensley will present on School Interrogations via WebEx. The presentation will focus on the unique considerations when youth are questioned on school premises. It will include a discussion of the statutes as well as relevant case law.
CLE application is pending with the State Bar and CLE costs are the requirement of each attendee. To register for this CLE please click here.