Juvenile Training Immersion Program (JTIP)
Thursday afternoon, Apr 11 (12:00–5:00 p.m.)
Friday morning, Apr 12 (8:00 a.m.–12:20 p.m.)
A special invitation-only delinquency training that involves large and small group work, plus interactive exercises led by inspiring trainers —
$125 registration (no online registration). Limited space – one lawyer from each Judicial District will be selected. If you would like to attend, contact your contract administrator and send an email to email@example.com. You must also register for the Annual Juvenile Law Conference. Deadline to register: April 2.
Developed by the National Juvenile Defender Center, JTIP is meant to be the “gold standard” in training for juvenile defenders and is intended to help defenders across the country offer the highest level of advocacy for their clients. Visit ocdla.org for more info about OCDLA’s JTIP training.
Pending approval in Oregon, Washington, California. For other state accreditation, call OCDLA at 541-686-8716.
Juvenile Training Immersion Program
April 11-12, 2019
Agate Beach Inn, Newport, OR
Trainers: Maurisa Gates, Jennifer McGowan, George Yeannakis
Thursday, April 11
Lesson 19, Fourth Amendment Challenges
12:30 | Introduction to NJDC and JTIP
12:45 | Fourth Amendment Challenges / Large Group Meeting
I. The Law (10 min)
II. Adolescent Development and the Fourth Amendment (10 min)
III. Steps in Fourth Amendment Analysis: Tangible Evidence (70 min)
IV. Specialized Fourth Amendment Protections (30 min)
2:45 | Break / Transition to Small Group Meetings
3:00 | V. Fourth Amendment Challenges / Small Group Meeting and Forensic Exercises (120 min)
5:00 | Adjourn for the day.
Friday, April 12
7:15a | Hot Breakfast
Lesson 35, Disposition Advocacy
8:00 | Disposition Advocacy / Large Group Meeting
I. Role of the Defender (5 min)
II. Pre-Disposition Preparation (40 min)
a. Disposition Letter/Report
III. Dispositional Hearings (20 min)
a. Timing of the Hearing
b. Non-Evidentiary Disposition Hearings
c. Evidentiary Disposition Hearing
9:05 | Break, refreshments and move to small group meeting rooms for Forensic Exercises.
9:15 | VII. Disposition Planning / Small Group Meeting and Forensic Exercise (60 min)
10:15 | Break, refreshments and move to Large Group meeting room for next lesson.
Lesson 37, Post-Disposition Advocacy
10:25 | Post-Disposition Advocacy / Large Group Meeting
I. Counseling the Client on the Right to Appellate Review After Adjudication (10 min)
II. Role of the Defender Post-Disposition (10 min)
III. Role of Juvenile Defender When the Youth is on Probation (10 min)
IV. Revocation of Probation (15 min)
V. Commitment and Placement After Disposition (10 min)
VI. Sealing and Expungement of Juvenile Records (10 min)
11:30 | Break, refreshments and move to small group meeting rooms for Forensic Exercises.
11:40 | VII. Probation Revocation Small Group Meeting and Forensic Exercise (40 min)
12:20p | Adjourn.
1:00 | Annual Juvenile Law Conference begins.
Program subject to change.
Agate Beach Inn, Newport
Our reservation deadline has been extended to April 2.
Call 541-265-9411, mention that you are with the OCDLA Juvenile Conference.
$99 hillside, $129 ocean view. Pet rooms available for extra charge and on a limited basis.
Overflow lodging at The Hallmark Resort
Call (541) 265-2600
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