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  • 00:22

    Quick Take Ohio: Generating Enthusiasm for Juvenile Law

    in Legal

    Many law students do not realize how broad juvenile law is and the wide array of practice areas it can encompass. It is not a traditional bar exam class, therefore students either elect to take a class that piqued their interest or they stumble upon it in their careers. Judge Anthony Capizzi joins this Quick Take Ohio to discuss how the Ohio State Bar Association's Juvenile Law Committee is visiting law schools in Ohio and connecting future attorneys to the field and updating them on critical issues facing youth and families. 

  • 00:34

    Juvenile Law: Affluenza Teen case in with Fort Worth Attorney Leslie Barrows

    in Legal

    The Barrows Firm Law Review is a monthly Internet radio show podcast featuring information about Texas family, criminal, juvenile, probate and estate planning law and events. Attorney Leslie Barrows is our featured guest today as she shares insight and information about juvenile and adult courts and the Affluenza Teen case in Tarrant County, Texas.


    Juvenile Law: Affluenza Teen case in with Fort Worth Attorney Leslie Barrows



    The juvenile court system and how it differs from adult court
    The rationale of the Affluenza defense, was it good in theory but may have failed in this case
    How probation works and what happens how people run into problems
    When is it most likely an individual is pulled from the juvenile system into adult court
    Impressions about the Affluenza Teen case and what we can learn


    Leslie Barrows is the principal founder of The Barrows Firm in Fort Worth, Texas. In her firm’s main practice areas of family law, criminal defense and juvenile law, Leslie is consistently challenged with dynamic cases and clients. When winning is what matters, many in the Fort Worth area go to The Barrows Firm based on their reputation an winning track record over the past decade. Leslie Barrows earned her undergraduate degree from Sam Houston State University and she earned her law degree from the Oklahoma City University School of Law. She is a member of numerous organizations primarily focused in Tarrant County. To speak to Leslie Barrows please call (817) 481-1583.

  • 00:07

    Juvenile Law: Affluenza Teen case in with Fort Worth Attorney Leslie Barrows

    in Legal

    The Barrows Firm Law Review is a monthly Internet radio show podcast featuring information about Texas family, criminal, juvenile, probate and estate planning law and events. Attorney Leslie Barrows is our featured guest today as she shares insight and information about juvenile and adult courts and the Affluenza Teen case in Tarrant County, Texas.


    Juvenile Law: Affluenza Teen case in with Fort Worth Attorney Leslie Barrows



    The juvenile court system and how it differs from adult court
    The rationale of the Affluenza defense, was it good in theory but may have failed in this case
    How probation works and what happens how people run into problems
    When is it most likely an individual is pulled from the juvenile system into adult court
    Impressions about the Affluenza Teen case and what we can learn


    Leslie Barrows is the principal founder of The Barrows Firm in Fort Worth, Texas. In her firm’s main practice areas of family law, criminal defense and juvenile law, Leslie is consistently challenged with dynamic cases and clients. When winning is what matters, many in the Fort Worth area go to The Barrows Firm based on their reputation an winning track record over the past decade. Leslie Barrows earned her undergraduate degree from Sam Houston State University and she earned her law degree from the Oklahoma City University School of Law. She is a member of numerous organizations primarily focused in Tarrant County. To speak to Leslie Barrows please call (817) 481-1583.

  • 01:01

    CJP Training Series - A Comprehensive Overview of WY Juvenile Court Rules

    in Education

    A Comprehensive Overview of Wyoming Juvenile Court Rules and Relevant Wyoming Supreme Court Decisions


    Jill Kucera, J.D., Senior Assistant Attorney General, Wyoming Attorney General’s Office and Elizabeth B. Lance, J.D., Attorney, Wyoming Guardian Ad Litem Program will provide an overview of Wyoming's Juvenile Court Rules and relevant Wyoming Supreme Court decisions. The Rules of Procedure for Juvenile Courts ("Rules") (adopted on Feb. 9, 2007) govern practice and procedure in Wyoming's trial courts in all juvenile court actions: abuse and neglect, delinquency, and CHINS (child in need of supervision) proceedings. These Rules address hearings, discovery and inspection, submittal of reports, right to counsel, pretrial conferences and meeting of parties, stipulations, Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) provisions, inadmissibility of certain evidence, and concurrent criminal and juvenile proceedings. The presenters will provide information on all the Rules, with an emphasis on Rule 3: Discovery and Inspection; they will also present information about Wyoming Supreme Court cases that interpret the Rules.  Listeners will learn about best practices and how the Rules are applied in different Wyoming jurisdictions.  At the completion of this program, participants will know: (1) The Ten Rules of Procedure for Juvenile Courts; (2) Wyoming Supreme Court decisions on the Rules and (3) How these Rules relate to practices in difference jurisdictions.


     

  • 01:59

    Corrections Counseling - Assessment and Treatment of Juvenile Offenders

    in Training

    Brought to you by The American Public Safety Training Institute (TAPSTI) www.tapsti.org, this 2 hour session will review juvenile correctional counseling and rehabilitation within the prison system. From 1991 through to 2003, the number of juveniles housed in residential programs increased by 27 percent such that there were 96,000 juveniles across the country who were housed in residential programs (Snyder & Sickmund, 2006). Many of these had mental health issues including major depression, anxiety disorders, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, conduct disorder, or obsessive-compulsive disorder. The juvenile justice system in this country is faced with the same challenges as our adult correctional system in serving youth who may have one or more mental health disorders.  Using Albert Robert's work entitled "Correctional Counseling and Treatment" we will take a look at the assessment, classification, and treatment of juvenile offenders, risks of reoffending, and family inteventions.  

  • 00:47

    Solving Problems in Juvenile Detention

    in Psychology

    Dr. Greene's guest on today's program was Jeff Morin, Acting Superintendent at Mountain View Youth Development Center, a juvenile detention facility in Charleston, Maine.  Led by people like Jeff, there have been many positive changes at Mountain View...changes in how the challenges of incarcerated youth are understood, in perceptions about what these kids need, and in how they're treated.  The State of Maine has led the charge for the enlightened care of incarcerated youth, and on this program you'll hear about how they did it.  (Hint:  it wasn't easy or fast!)  This program is sponsored by Lives in the Balance (www.livesinthebalance.org).

  • 00:31

    What really happen to 16 year old Gynnya McMillen and why yet no info. released

    in Radio

    Monday, January 11/2016 a young Black 16 year old girl was found dead at the Juvenile center where she had been sent to. Here we are 8 days later and yet the family still does not know how, r what happen to cause the death of their young beloved family member.. I came across this story on facebook and while I havnt been able to yet reach out to the family I decided to still do a story... My radio show reaches out to anyone anywhere who has access to the world wide web...Just like in the case of Sandra Bland this family does not in any way deserve the treatment they are getting. It is of no concern why this this young lady was sent to Juvenile in the first place.. What is a concern is that this young teen is no longer here and her family is demanding to know why and why nothing is being released.


     


    Please join me this Wednesday night, 8pm central standing time as we speak on this and why it seems like they are now killing our youth behind bars like they are doing us Black adults...


     


    If we are not safe behind bars and in Juvenile then where and how are we ever going to be safe anywhere

  • 00:26

    Juvenile Arthritis

    in Health

    July 2, 2015: July is Juvenile Arthritis Awareness Month.  The word “arthritis” might call to mind images of older adults, and with good reason – aging is a primary cause of osteoarthritis, which affects an estimated 27 million Americans.


    But arthritis isn’t exclusive to adults, children can develop arthritis as well. Juvenile arthritis isn’t a specific condition but an umbrella term that includes numerous types and subtypes.


    In this episode of Move Forward Radio, a physical therapist will walk us through those types of juvenile arthritis and describe typical treatments for the disease.


    Download the podcast on iTunes.

  • 02:01

    Raquel In Your Face! Illegal detention, common law prosecution, Bundy Ranch II

    in Current Events

    On Friday, Dec. 19 at 9pm est on Imploding the Illusion, join Raquel Okyay and Efrain Gonzalez III with special guests: Joshua Barton, Editor of PRNTLY.com, who will be defending his newswebsite, that is currently under attack. Michael Emry, publisher of TVOI News - The Voice of Idaho will be on to discuss what he calls Bundy Ranch II, about an American family from Harmon County, OR who are being accused of crimes they did not commit. They sought redress of grievance under common law jurisdiction, and have enforcement capabilities in place. Starting at 10pm est Chuck Williams, our return expert regarding Homeland Security and mass murder case, will be discussing a verified NDAA detention center in Chicago, IL where 7,000 people have been illegally detained indefinitely and most of whom were innocent and never charged. Don't forget we sing The National Anthem at the end of the program!

  • 01:42

    Alex Sanchez on Boy, 11, sentenced in murder of 8-year-old girl .Josh Duggar

    in Education

    Alex Sanchez Back on King Jordan Radio Talking 11 year old Boy Charged  in the Death of an 8 year old.


    An 11-year-old boy will spend the next eight years in juvenile prison after police say he killed an 8-year-old girl during an argument over a puppy.The boy, who HLN is not naming due to his age, was found guilty of first-degree murder in the shooting death of MaKayla Dyer, according to a sentencing document obtained by the Newport Plain Talk and posted online by CNN affiliate WATE.&  Actress Drops $500K Assault Lawsuit Against Josh Duggar!!

  • 00:35

    Talk the Talk (T3) Biker Radio Show With Chris & Steve

    in Christianity

      Join us Monday Feb.8th at 6:30pm EST.


     On tonight’s show we will be hearing “Wisdom from the Road” with Brick Mason and Redeemed Biker Church!


     Also “Is God really in Control?” with Pastor Bob Beeman


    Keeping you up to date on News & Events.


    Prayer and Praise brought to us by Biker Down Lifted Up.


    And of course T3!  “The Doug Dodge Story”


    Doug was born into violence and alcoholism and raised in foster homes, juvenile lockup, and prison. After years of being an enforcer of a motorcycle club and dealing with drug addiction, Doug found himself face to face with the only man who could bring him to his knees...Jesus Christ.


     


    Be sure to tune in!


     

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