CLE CREDIT IS NOT AWARDED FOR THE PURCHASE OF THE COURSE BOOK ONLY.
The Florida Bar Criminal Law Section is proud to present Navigating Juvenile Waters: A Closer Look at Florida Juvenile Delinquency Practice. This daylong CLE program on all things juvenile criminal justice will provide an overview of the practice of law in Florida juvenile delinquency courts as well as an upto- date report on the latest juvenile practices and procedures. Our expert presenters will explore the similarities between juvenile delinquency and adult criminal court, and discuss issues unique to juveniles, including risk assessment detention rubrics, competency and sanity evaluations and mental health treatment, direct file and other forms of discretionary juvenile-to-adult-court review, cross-over youths subject to both our child welfare and juvenile justice systems, imposing juvenile sanctions, including disposition reports, hearings, and commitment levels, and more. Designed for bench and bar alike, Navigating Juvenile Waters is must-participate CLE programming you won't want to miss.
Original Program Date: April 21, 2023
The Ins and Outs of Juvenile Detention Hearings
Samantha W. Shaw, Board Certified in Juvenile Law Assistant Public Defender, Fourth Judicial Circuit, Jacksonville
New Juvenile Mental Health Rules and Procedures
Cheo A. Reid, Assistant State Attorney, Fifteenth Judicial Circuit, West Palm Beach
Nuances of Prosecuting and Defending Juveniles in Delinquency Court and Why They Matter
Tara Khani, Assistant Public Defender, Eleventh Judicial Circuit, Miami
Dually-Involved Youths and the Intersection of the Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice Systems
Irene M.G. Maslanik Board Certified in Juvenile Law, Assistant State Attorney, Thirteenth Judicial Circuit, Tampa
Juveniles to Adult Court: Transfers, Direct File Review, Discretion, and Other Considerations
Travis J. Coy, Assistant State Attorney, Thirteenth Judicial Circuit, Tampa
Juvenile Sanctions: Predisposition Reports, Disposition Options, and Disposition Hearings
Kywa Hammond, Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, Orlando