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In a published opinion in In re Bianca S., D068942, the Fourth District granted habeas relief for minors detained in juvenile hall while awaiting proceedings to declare them wards of the court.
The Pacific Juvenile Defender Center and The First District Appellate Project Invite You To A Free Brown Bag Lunch Featuring:
Miller v. Alabama “Children Are Different” Applications to Delinquency Appeals
November, 19, 2015 from 12:00 -
First District Holds Dependent’s Self-directed Activities Satisfies Section 11403 Requirement for Financial Support
In a published opinion in In re R.G., A144684, the First District held that a nonminor dependent’s self-directed activities to obtain employment qualified for AB 12 support. Under Section 11403, a nonminor dependent is
First District Holds Probation Condition Requiring Client To Turn Over Social Media Passwords is Overbroad
First District Holds Electronic Probation Condition is Overbroad.
In the published opinion of In re Malik J., A143355, the First District held that a probation condition imposed by the delinquency court that required the
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