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Florida Guidelines for Attorneys who Represent Children in Delinquency Proceedings

Published Nov 9, 2011, Rob Mason

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These guidelines address the specific roles and responsibilities of an attorney appointed or retained to defend a child in a delinquency case. They are intended to serve as a guide for an attorney’s performance in delinquency proceedings and to contain a set of recommendations to assist attorneys in providing quality representation for children. The guidelines may also be used as a training tool.

Reform areas: Juvenile indigent defense

States: Florida

Categories: Juvenile indigent defense

Tags: Counsel, Manual, Practices-Procedures

Uploaded Apr 1, 2013


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