Juvenile Law: Delinquency - A Print Book (2019 w/2022)

 In Stock
Item Code:
Represent your juvenile clients effectively with this 2019 offering and 2022 Juvenile Code supplement.
1 volume; loose-leaf
982 pages
Publication Date: July 31, 2019
Editorial Review Board: Hon. Annette Hillman, Mary Shannon Storey, Morgan Long, and Kristen Farnworth

Represent your juvenile clients effectively with Juvenile Law: Delinquency. Written by public defenders, state attorneys, private practitioners, and judges, this second volume of Juvenile Law deals with issues relevant to delinquency cases, from custody and intake through appeals, as well as expunction of juvenile court records. It offers a thorough examination of the Juvenile Code as well as the code’s case law interpretations, includes the latest 2019 legislative developments, and is full of practice tips. This volume also includes the full text of the Juvenile Code and bills passed in 2018, 2019, and 2022 for quick reference to the statutes. Order your copy today and have the solutions your clients need at your fingertips.


1 History, Philosophy, and Basic Structure of the Juvenile-Justice System in Oregon
2 Confidentiality of Records in Juvenile Proceedings
3 Ethics and Standards
4 Custody
5 Informal Disposition, Prevention, and Diversion
6 Prepetition Issues, Detention, and Waiver
7 Preadjudication Issues
8 The Delinquency Adjudication
9 The Delinquency Disposition
10 Postdisposition Issues
11 Appeals
12 Expunction of Juvenile Court Records

Table of Forms
Table of Statutes and Rules
Table of Cases
Subject Index


Represent your clients—both juveniles and parents—effectively in juvenile dependency cases with this 2017 comprehensive resource.