||North Carolina Juvenile Defender Manual
View this manual, a reference in the School’s Indigent Defense Manual Series, free of charge at defendermanuals.sog.unc.edu (including online supplement).
Relevant law and practice pointers are provided for attorneys representing juveniles in delinquency proceedings, from intake to disposition and beyond in this useful handbook. The topics include: petition and summons, custody hearings, probable cause and transfer hearings, discovery, motions to suppress, plea negotiations, adjudicatory hearings, dispositional hearings, probation, commitment, appeals, and expunction.
"Anyone practicing in juvenile delinquency court should make room for one more tool in their arsenal. The North Carolina Juvenile Defender Manual
is the first-ever manual specific to North Carolina law and practice in this field. ... The manual’s organization makes it an easy go-to guide even in the midst of the most hectic courtroom situations."
Christine Underwood, recently sworn in as a District Court Judge in District 22A
From a review published in the North Carolina State Bar Journal, Spring 2009
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||Alyson A. Grine, Eric J Zogry, Lou A Newman|