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NEW HOPE FOUND IN PRACTICE STANDARDS

Published Jan 5, 2009, Laura Cohen

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Since Gault, juvenile justice reform projects--and there have been many-- largely have ignored the question of effective assistance of counsel. The perfect storm of the Gault anniversary and the assessments, however, has inspired a wave of new initiatives aimed at increasing access to counsel and improving the quality of representation including the development and implementation of specialized practice standards for the juvenile defense bar.

Reform areas: Juvenile indigent defense

Categories: Juvenile indigent defense

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