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The Sacramento Bee’s editorial section highlighted the broad coalition of supporters of Senate Bill 1143, which would greatly limit the use of solitary confinement of juveniles in California’s juvenile halls.
State v. J.C.N.-V., 359 Or 559 (2016) involves a 13-year-old child who was tried as an adult for murder committed with a 20-year-old primary perpetrator, and sentenced to a 30-year minimum sentence. The Oregon
PJDC’s 13th ANNUAL ROUNDTABLE
Saturday, September 17, 2016, 8:30 am to 4:15 pm
Victoria Gardens Cultural Center, Rancho Cucamonga (San Bernardino County), California
Looking for MCLE credits to help you demonstrate competence under the new California Rules of Court, rule 5.664 (AB 703)? Or just want to be up on the latest developments in California juvenile justice and build your knowledge in specific areas of the law? PJDC’s Roundtable brings together juvenile advocates from around California for a full day of professional education, networking and celebration of our work. This year’s event will offer case law and legislative updates, as well as workshops in critical areas of juvenile law and policy, including education law and advocacy, appellate advocacy, and Division of Juvenile Facilities advocacy.
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