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Juvenile Law Training Topics
April 5, 2013 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm| $8.00
Juvenile Law Training Topics – Aransas Pass Police Online
Instructor: Sharon Pruitt, Attorney with Attorney General’s Office
When Is Behavior a Crime? Including Student Free Speech Rights in Cyberspace: Explores the various criminal offenses listed in Chapter 37 of the Texas Education Code for which students may be removed from class and/or expelled from school. Also, discusses the first Amendment rights students enjoy in school and when those free speech rights cross into criminal behavior.
Cops in School: Partnership Between Law Enforcement and School Officials – Covers four distinct topics of interest to law enforcement and school administrators: Notification requirements, Juvenile vs. Student Records, Search and Seizure in School, and Student Interviews.
Search and Seizure in School – Focuses on the legal issues pertaining to searches of students and their personal effects in the school setting. Juvenile Confessions In Texas – Focuses on how law enforcement can legally obtain custodial and non-custodial statements from juvenile suspects. This training analyzes written, oral and tape-recorded confessions.
Failure to Attend School & Charges against Parents- This presentation provides prosecutors, school officials, law enforcement and judges with a detailed overview of the offenses of Failure to Attend School and Parent Contributing to Non Attendance. Attendees analyze the relevant Education Code and Code of Criminal Procedure statutes; evaluate court cases, opinions of the Attorney General’s Office, and recent legislative enactments.
Download the Juvenile Law Training Packet here.