Juvenile Training Immersion Program (JTIP)
April 19 – 20
Thursday afternoon (12:00–5:00 p.m.)
Friday morning (8:00 a.m.–12:15 p.m.)
JTIP is a special invitation-only delinquency training that involves large and small group work, plus interactive exercises led by inspiring trainers —
Training areas include —
$100 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 firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange payment. 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.
Trainers: Maurisa Gates, Metropolitan Public Defenders Office, Portland; Jennifer McGowan, Youth, Rights & Justice, Portland; Nicole McGrath, Attorney, Seatttle
Thursday, April 19
LESSON 13 — Investigation
12:30 Investigation / Large Group Meeting
• The Importance of Thorough and Prompt Defense Investigation
12:50 Break / Transition to Small Group Meetings
1:05 Investigation / Small Group Meeting and Forensic Exercises
• Creating an Investigation Plan
1:50 Break / Move back to large group meeting rooms for large group meeting, refreshments.
2:05 Investigation / Large Group Meeting
• Locating and Interviewing Witnesses
• Gathering Police Reports, Other Documents and Real Evidence
• Selecting and Directing Your Investigator
• Strategies for Investigation with Limited Resources
LESSON 14 — Pre-trial Discovery
3:00 Pre-trial Discovery / Large Group Meeting
• The Basics of Discovery
• Obtaining Discovery from the Government
• Obtaining Material from Third Parties Using the Formal Court Process
• Discovery Requests by Prosecutors
4:10 Break / Transition to Small Group Meetings
4:25 Pretrial Discovery Practice / Small Group Meeting and Forensic Exercises
4:55 Adjourn for the day.
Friday, April 20
7:15a Hot Breakfast
LESSON 18 — Principles of Motion Practice
8:00 Principles of Motion Practice / Large Group Meeting
• Motions 101
• Strategic Considerations in Filing Motions
• Preserving the Record for Appeal
8:45 Break, refreshments and move to small group meeting rooms for Forensic Exercises.
9:00 Identifying Motions and Making Strategic Decisions / Small Group Meeting and Forensic Exercise
9:45 Transition back to Large Group for next lesson.
LESSON 27 — Evidence and Objections
10:00 Evidence and Objections / Large Group Meeting
• Evidence: The Basic Definition
• Laying Foundation for Various Types of Evidence
• Evidence Blocking
• Anticipating Evidence to Defense Evidence
11:30 Break, refreshments and move to small group meeting rooms for Forensic Exercises.
11:45 Evidence and Objections Small Group Meeting and Forensic Exercise
1:00 Annual Juvenile Law Conference begins.
Agate Beach Inn, Newport
Book by March 24.
Group ID # 8U3GI5E0
Call 541-265-9411 by March 24, mention Group ID # 8U3GI5E0.
$98 hillside, $128 ocean view. Pet rooms available for extra charge.
Please call the hotel directly, at 541-265-9411, to reserve special rooms, such as pet friendly rooms, or to reserve dates that are before or after your groups’ event dates, as they may be available, but not included in the online allocation. Please call the hotel directly, at 541-265-9411, if your preferred room type is not available on-line, as it still may be available through our Front Desk.
Hallmark Resort, Newport
744 SW Elizabeth Street
Make reservations by March 20.
$119 Traditional One Queen Guestroom
$129 Traditional Two Queen Guestroom
$139 Limited Edition Two Queen Guestroom
$149 Limited Edition King Spa Guestroom
Mention OCDLA to receive these special rates. No special OCDLA rates guaranteed after March 20.
To register for the invitation only Juvenile Training Immersion Program, please contact OCDLA, 541-686-8716, or email email@example.com.