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New Self-Study Live Video Broadcasts – Annual Juvenile Dependency & Delinquency Practice Seminars – January 19-20, 2018 – Monterey

Annual Juvenile Dependency & Delinquency Practice – Program #S-579

Broadcast Starts: Friday, January 19, 2018 – 8:00 AM

This page first published Thursday, January 18, 2018 – 13:51 PM | Last updated: January 19, 2018 – 12:17 PM


Note: Until the live broadcast begins, previously recorded live (unedited) broadcasts may be viewed. The order of the presentations of any previously recorded program are in the order of the presentations at the seminar.  Most field recordings are chopped into three segments (to make the large files manageable).  You can skip through a presentation and locate another presentation you wish to hear by moving the little round progress-bar button to the right (just below the volume and pause/play controls on the lower left of the screen. Example: Drag the progress bar to 1 hour into the video to see the next speaker, etc.  When viewing a program, the progress bar button will move from left to right. At the beginning and during break times, you may wish to move the progress bar button slightly to the right to advance to the starting point of the next speaker. This is only the case with these unedited field recordings “hot off the press.”  When the video progress bar reaches the end of the video segment, the next video clip in the queue will move up so you can press the play button and continue on with the seminar presentations in the chronological order they were delivered at the seminar.

See below for the schedule of  presentations for the live broadcast program.

 

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.

Links for materials listed below will normally appear in blue type &/or underlined

Program Topics, Speakers, and Course Materials

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.

CPDA Presents  – A Special Juvenile DEPENDENCY PRACTICE Seminar – Course Materials

The California Public Defenders Association presents…

A Special Two-Day Juvenile Defense Seminar

Friday & Saturday, January 19 & 20, 2018

At The Monterey Tides Resort (formerly The Monterey Beach Resort)
2600 Sand Dunes Drive, Monterey, California 93940
(Please take note of the meeting facility location if you have attended this program in the past)

For lodging reservations and registration information, see below

Program Coordinators:

Arthur L. Bowie, Supervising Assistant Public Defender, Sacramento County (ret.)

Martin F. Schwarz, Senior Assistant Public Defender, Orange County

This is CPDA`s 27th annual two-day seminar devoted entirely to juvenile law issues. One day will focus on dependency law, the next day on delinquency law. The program will feature discussions and lectures by some of the most experienced attorneys and experts practicing in the field of juvenile law issues. Written materials are included in the price of registration. This program qualifies for California MCLE participatory credit (see below).


DAY ONE – JUVENILE DEPENDENCY – FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 2018 – PGM #S579 – COURSE MATERIALS PAGE

7:15 a.m. Check-In: Friday, January 19, 2018

7:55 a.m. Opening Remarks & Announcements

• Martin F. Schwarz, Senior Assistant Public Defender, Orange County Public Defender’s Office

8:00 a.m. Preserving the Parental Rights of Incarcerated Parents

• Carol Strickman, Staff Attorney, Legal Services for Prisoners with Children, San Francisco, CA

• Strickman presentation outline–final.pdf
• Bill of Rights for Incarcerated Parents — LSPC
• CA-Mother-Infant-Prison-Programs_report
• Child Custody Visiting Rights for Incarcerated Parents (Updated August 2017)
• Child Custody Visiting Rights for Recently Released (Updated August 2017)
• Community Custody Guide January 2018 DRAFT
• Incarcerated Parents Manual_ Legal Rights and Responsibilities (forms-August 2017)
• Parenting from the Inside Resource Packet.doc
• RISE visiting tips
• SFCIPP Children’s Bill of Rights
• Transportation to Court for Hearings Affecting Prisoners’ Parental Rights2013
• What to Plan for When you are Pregnant at CIW (updated August 2017)
StepUp_RFAToolkit_V1_Feb2017_print_download.pdf

9:15 a.m. Immigration Issues in Dependency Practice

• Hayley Upshaw, Deputy Public Defender, San Francisco, CA

• Zabrina Aleguire, Attorney at Law, Oakland, CA – Aleguire_Z_resume_fall2017

• Immigration Dependency Training for CPDA1
• Immigration Dependency Training for CPDA final.ppt
• Dependency Attorneys Resource Sheet
• FINAL jv356 sample petition1
• I-918 B Sample DCFS case1
• jv357 sample order FINAL1
• MOU between DCFS with Mexican Consulate1
• Sample U Visa Certified Designation Letter1

10:30 a.m. Break

10.45 a.m. How Social Workers use the Structured Decision Model to Assess Risk and Recommendations at Key Points in Dependency Cases

• Kathy Park , Chief Executive Officer, National Council on Crime & Delinquency, Oakland, CA

• SDM for CPDA 011918.pdf
• Handout for CPDA SDM workshop.pdf
• CPDA Conference Tool Handout.pdf

12:00 p.m. Lunch – (included in registration fee)

1:00 p.m. Dependency Case Law Update

• Janet Sherwood, CWLS, Attorney at Law, Corte Madera, CA

• 2017cases.pdf
• 2017Stats.Rules.pdf
• JGSShortbio.doc

3:00 p.m. Break

3:15 p.m. The Neuroscience of Mitigating Trauma in Dependency Cases

• Anne Light, M.D., Medical Director, Orange County Social Services Center, Los Angeles, CA

• CPDA2.ppt.pdf

4:45 p.m. Conclusion of Day One


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

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

 

 


ONLINE CALENDAR OF EVENTS: http://defender411.us/Calendar-of-Events

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Live & Recorded Streaming – MCLE Self-Study Credits
This seminar will, conditions permitting, stream live over the Internet via the CPDA members website. The recorded video version of this program will also be available via the CPDA members website for self-study credits approximately ten days (or sooner if possible) following the date of the seminar. CPDA membership status must be current (calendar year) to take advantage of this membership benefit.
Note: There are already hundreds of hours of self-study videos online within the website. If you need self-study credits, that’s the place to find them. CPDA members website: address: http://www.claraweb.us
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This seminar is for criminal defense professionals only. If you are not a full-time criminal defense attorney or criminal defense professional, you must submit a registration request form (available by emailing or calling CPDA). You will be notified as to whether you may attend within 24 hours of receipt of your request form. If you do not receive a reply, you should contact CPDA to determine whether you may attend. At-The-Door-Registrations by non-full-time criminal defense professionals will not be permitted. If your application form is not approved, any registration fee will be returned unprocessed. Individuals involved in the prosecution of criminal cases may not attend this program. Contributions or gifts to CPDA are not tax deductible as charitable contributions.
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Products and services offered by CPDA are for purchase and use only by full-time criminal defense professionals. If you are not a full-time criminal defense attorney or full-time criminal defense professional, you may submit a purchase request via email at cpda@cpda.org. You will be sent a purchase request form to complete and return to CPDA. After submission of the completed purchase request form, you will be notified as to whether you may purchase the product or service in question.

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Notice: You are required to maintain your own self-study activities log (CPDA only issues “Certificates of Attendance” for on-site live (participatory) accredited programs.

If you need a sample self-study log, you may find it at the link below on the State Bar’s web site.
Self-Study Log Sample at State Bar Web site: http://mcle.calbar.ca.gov/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=VGytwo2XE1w%3D&tabid=410

State Bar of California MCLE Rule 2.3 AMOUNT OF SELF-STUDY
Up to but not more than 12.5 hours credit may be claimed for self-study activities during any compliance period. In the case of a proportional requirement pursuant to section 2.2, up to but not more than one-half of the required hours may be claimed for self-study activities during any compliance period.

CPDA’s full calendar of events for upcoming programs can be viewed at this link.

Notes: CPDA conducts approximately 12-14 onsite training programs per year and the programs are held in major cities throughout California. The goal is to make it possible for all CPDA members to view on the CPDA members web site, significant portions of each and every seminar as they occur (with some exceptions). In many cases, the entire program will be broadcast live (depends on Internet conditions and other technical issues that may be present at a particular location in California). This is a great membership benefit (tons of self-study credits). Yes, there’s still a need to attend a few of the CPDA programs in person per year to obtain the other class of MCLE credits — participatory credits, but this new membership benefit will be especially appreciated by those CPDA members residing in regions of California that make it difficult to travel to many of the monthly programs, and will accommodate those members who have schedules that prohibit attending seminars in person.

However, with all of the above in mind, please also note that it is absolutely impossible to guarantee that the live broadcast programs will stream without issues.  Internet conditions in California continue to be unpredictable, even in the same cities on different dates, and hotels in particular tend to have unpredictable conditions due to events held in adjacent meeting rooms, etc. Major weather fronts can also interfere with data transmission over microwave and other wireless facilities beyond the control of even your own local service provider and that of CPDA as well. This is mentioned because it is important that viewers understand that if the viewer ABSOLUTELY MUST HAVE THE INFORMATION BEING PRESENTED, then it is essential that the attorney INSTEAD ATTEND THE SEMINAR IN PERSON.