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New Self-Study Video: Juvenile Delinquency Defense Practice – Recorded Saturday, January 20, 2018

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2018 Annual Juvenile Delinquency Practice MCLE Self-Study
Live broadcast set for Saturday, January 20, 2018 – 8:00 AM

Program Coordinator:
Arthur L. Bowie, Supervising Assistant Public Defender, Ret., Sacramento County


Note: The 2018 Juvenile DEPENDENCY Program page can be found here:  http://www.claraweb.us/archives/28457




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Note: You must attend the program in person to obtain PARTICIPATORY MCLE Credits. Viewing live broadcasts of these seminars if indicated, will qualify for the SELF-STUDY category of MCLE credits. Up to one-half of the required MCLE credits per reporting period may be obtained via Self-Study MCLE credits. For self-study credits, attorneys keep their own record of viewing/listening (there are no “certificates of attendance” provided at self-study events. Simply note the information in your self-study log. Sample self-study logs are available for download from the state bar’s website, see link below.

File links below include links to two types of resource files:
1. Files received and included in the printed course booklet distributed on the day of the program.  These materials are also posted here in the form of an electronic version of the course booklet.  The e-booklet is usually posted here within a few days following the conclusion of the program in question.
2. Files received too late to be included in the course booklet.  All booklets are produced in-house 48 hours before the date of the program and a submission deadline for all speakers several days before the print date. Therefore, if the materials didn’t make into the syllabus, they were received long after the deadline for submission of written materials. Additionally, please also note that CPDA’s training committee members and program coordinators urge all presenters to submit written materials.

 

DAY TWO – JUVENILE DELINQUENCY DEFENSE PRACTICE – SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 2018

At The Monterey Tides (formerly The Monterey Beach Resort) 
2600 Sand Dunes Drive, Monterey, California 93940 

Program Coordinator: 

Arthur L. Bowie, Supervising Assistant Public Defender, Ret., Sacramento County 

7:45 a.m. Check-In: Saturday, January 20, 2018

8:45 a.m. Opening Remarks & Announcements

• Arthur L. Bowie, Supervising Assistant Public Defender, Ret., Sacramento County

9:00 a.m. Delinquency Case Law Update

• Michael Theberge, Appellate Attorney, Juvenile Division, Los Angeles County Public Defender’s Office

•  2018 Monterey Handout Final.pdf

10:00 a.m. Juvenile Public Policy in the 21st Century

• Honorable Mark Stone, Assemblyman for the 29th Assembly District, Santa Cruz, CA

•  Asm Stone Handout – Selected 2017 California Legislation.pdf

10:30 a.m. Break

10:45 a.m. Litigating Transfer Cases Post Prop. 57: What We’ve Learned and Where Do We Go From Here

• Maureen Pacheco, Deputy Alternate Public Defender, Los Angeles County

•  cpda presentation-2018-January-20-Pacheco.pdf
•  crc fitness.pdf
•  in re ah habeas writ iac.pdf
•  IN re SH. redacted pfr.pdf
•  JUVENILE CLIENT HOUSING STATUTES AND CASE LAW CHEAT SHEET.pdf
•  kang opposition to request to transfer to county jail.pdf
•  keilon c mandate f_Redacted.pdf
•  po request to move juv to county jail.pdf
•  redacted. baum. transfer brief.pdf
•  redacted. motion to quash.pdf
•  rene c reply.pdf
•  rene C. transfer writ.pdf

• See also:  Proposition 57 Resources – http://www.claraweb.us/archives/25930

12:15 p.m. Lunch (included in registration fee)

1:15 p.m. Interrogating Children in a Post-SB 395 World

• Richard, Braucher, First District Appellate Project, Oakland, CA

added 1/19/2018 12:15 PM •  Interrogating Children in a Post-SB 395 World.pdf
added 1/19/2018 12:15 PM •  Defender Report Form SB395.pdf
•  Implementation of SB 395 – PJDC Memo2.docx.pdf
• New CA Law SB395 – General Public Flier 112.20.17.pdf
• SB 395 PJDC Best Practices Guide & Checklist 1-18.pdf
•  Update: Best Practices Guide Checklist & Understanding SB 395 & Issues in Implementation – Briefing from Pacific Juvenile Defender Center – http://www.claraweb.us/archives/27971

2:15 p.m. Juvenile Delinquency Legislative Update

• Susan Burrell, PJDC Policy & Training Director, Mill Valley, California

• Arthur Bowie, CPDA Legislative Committee
•  Legislative Update — CPDA Monterey 2018.ppt.pdf
•  2017 bills signed and vetoed – CA Legislative Report.doc.pdf

3:15 p.m. Break

3:30 p.m. Ethical Obligations and Role of Defense Counsel in Delinquency Court

• Jonathan Laba, Assistant Public Defender, Contra Costa County [1 hour Ethics credit]

added 1/19/2017 12:17 PM • CPDA 602 ethics presentation (1-20-18).pdf

End of Day Two

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This activity is deemed approved for Minimum Continuing Legal Education by the State Bar of California in the amount of 7.25 hours of participatory MCLE credits Note: The program includes a total of 1.0 credit hours in the specialty area of Ethics if you attend the session on Saturday scheduled for 3:30 p.m. This CPDA activity conforms to the standards for approved education activities prescribed by the rules & regulations of the State Bar of California governing minimum continuing legal education. This activity is approved for California Legal Specialization Credit as follows: 6.75 hrs. in Substantive Criminal Law and Procedure (Sat.), and 3.25 hrs. (0.5) in Criminal Law Trial Advocacy (Sat.). CPDA is an Approved Provider of Criminal Law under section 7.0 of the Rules Governing the State Bar of California Program for Certifying Legal Specialists and the Standards.

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MATERIALS FROM PREVIOUS PROGRAMS RELATED TO THIS SUBJECT

DAY TWO – JUVENILE DELINQUENCY – SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 2017

7:15 a.m. Check-In (You must sign in both days if you are attending both days of this program)

8:30 a.m. Litigating Transfer Hearings

–> Rourke Stacy, Deputy Public Defender, Los Angeles County Public Defenders`s Office

–> Susan Burrell, Policy & Training Director, Pacific Juvenile Defender Center, San Francisco, California

–> transfer.hearings.november.2016.final.pdf
–> litigating.transfer.hearings.dec.2016.final.handout.pdf 

10:15 a.m. Delinquency Case Law

–>Michael Theberge, Appellate Attorney, Juvenile Division, Los Angeles County Public Defender’s Office

–> 2017 Monterey Handout Final1.pdf

11:15 a.m. Juvenile Immigration Law

–> Graciela Martinez, Deputy Public Defender, Los Angeles County Public Defender`s Office

–> Albert Camacho, Jr. Deputy Public Defender, Los Angeles County Public Defender`s Office

–> ImmigConseqJuvenileTraining5.pdf
–> juvenile_delinquency_cheat_sheet_ilrc_feb_2015_final.pdf
–> client_intake_form_and_notes.pdf

1:45 p.m. Mental Health 101: Understanding Juvenile Mental Health Issues

–>Patrick Wiita, M.D. Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology Fellow, USC Institute of Psychiatry, Law and Behavioral Science, Los Angeles, California

–> wiita.mh.cpda2017.pdf

3:30 p.m. Improving the Wellbeing of Children of Color

–>James Bell, Founder and Executive Director of the W. Haywood Burns Institute for Juvenile Justice Fairness & Equity, Oakland, California [1.0 hrs. Elimination of Bias credit]

–> James_Bell_January-21-2017.pdf

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2016 January Materials – Here as reference only.  

Delinquency Case Law & Legislative Update: Michael Theberge, Appellate Attorney, Juvenile Division, Los Angeles County Public Defender`s Office

–> 2016-January-Theberge-Handouts-5a.pdf

Better Advocacy in Juvenile Court: Rourke Stacy, Deputy Public Defender, Los Angeles County Public Defenders`s Office

–> Rourke-Stacy-PowerPoint-2016-January.pdf

–> Survey-Rourke-Stacy-January-2016.pdf

 

A Discussion Regarding the Pros & Cons of a Dual Jurisdiction County and Issues Facing Crossover Youth in Every County

–> Jill Smith, Attorney at Law, San Diego, CA

–> Maryann Kotler, Supervising Assistant Public Defender, San Diego County Public Defender

–> Carolyn Levenberg, Assistant Supervising Attorney, San Diego, California

–> Handout.DualJurCountyCrossoverPresentation.pdf

Ethics in Litigating Social Media Issues Kasie W. Lee, Attorney at Law, San Francisco (1.0 hr. Ethics credit)

–> Social-Media-Handout-Kasie-Lee-2016-Jan.pdf

Shaping the Law With the Revolutionary “Kids Are Different” Jurisprudence: Richard L. Braucher, Staff Attorney, First District Appellate Project, Oakland, California

–> Revolutionary-Kids-Are-Different-Jurisprudence-Braucher.pdf

Felony Sentencing Issues in Juvenile Court: Albert Camacho, Jr. Deputy Public Defender, Los Angeles County Public Defender`s Office

–> 2016-January-Juvenile-Sentencing-PowerPoint-Camacho.pdf

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2016 – Last Year’s Juvenile Delinquency Defense Seminar course materials in a single course syllabus (PDF format) —> 2016-01-23-S557.2-JuvenileDelinquency.pdf

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