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Tuesday’s Children and the Law News Roundup

Missouri’s Juvenile Justice System in Crisis, Finds Report, Washington University in St. Louis Missouri has been held out as a model for juvenile corrections programs, but the court system that puts young people into these programs is in crisis, finds a recent report by the National Juvenile Defender Center (NJDC). “Many young people in Missouri […]

Seats are Still Available at this Weekend’s Zealous Advocacy Conference

The 12th Annual Zealous Advocacy Conference, with this year’s theme of Zealous Advocacy: It’s Common Sense, still has a few seats remaining. Registration is available for $200, a bargain considering the materials and speakers who will be presenting this weekend. The Zealous Advocacy Conference is an annual training seminar organized by the Center for Children, […]

Wednesday’s Children and the Law News Roundup

National Juvenile Defender Center releases Trial Manual for Defense Attorneys in Juvenile Delinquency Cases  Schaible Children to Get Court Ordered Medical Care, The Philadelphia Enquirer Herbert and Catherine Schaible’s seven [remaining] children were placed in temporary foster care after the couple told police they did not bring their 8-month-old, Brandon, to a doctor when he […]

EARLY REGISTRATION IS ALMOST OVER for the 12th Annual Zealous Advocacy Conference

Only three weeks remain to register early and save 60% on the 12th Annual Zealous Advocacy Conference. After April 26, our $80 pre-registration fee will rise to $200. The Zealous Advocacy Conference is an annual training seminar organized by the Center for Children, Law & Policy and the Southwest Juvenile Defender Center. The conference is […]

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN for the 12th Annual Zealous Advocacy Conference

The Center for Children, Law & Policy is pleased to announce the opening of registration for our Spring 2013 Conference, the 12th Annual Zealous Advocacy Conference. Our theme this year is Zealous Advocacy: It’s Common Sense. The Zealous Advocacy Conference is an annual training seminar organized by the Center for Children, Law & Policy and […]

Ohio Supreme Court Strikes Down Automatic Lifetime Registration and Notification for Juvenile Sex Offenders as Unconstitutional

Breaking news today from the National Juvenile Defender Center (NJDC): Today, the Supreme Court of Ohio issued their opinion in In Re C.P. The decision voids as unconstitutional provisions of the Ohio Adam Walsh Act that impose automatic lifelong registration and community notification requirements on certain juvenile sex offenders who were tried within the juvenile court […]