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Juvenile Delinquency: The Case for Specialty Training

Published Jan 20, 2010, Sue Burrell

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Each year, more than 100,000 young people in California face juvenile court delinquency petitions alleging violations of the law - more than in any other state. Most are represented by an attorney - and for good reason. The potential consequences of juvenile court proceedings are serious and far-reaching.

Categories: Juvenile indigent defense

Uploaded Jan 20, 2010


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