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Texas Juvenile Law, 9th Edition
An Analysis of Juvenile Statutory and Case Law in Texas

Overview


Texas Juvenile Law, 9th Edition is a useful reference guide for juvenile court judges, juvenile probation officers, prosecutors, defense attorneys, students, advocates, and others seeking a comprehensive analysis of juvenile statutory case law in Texas. This book provides an in-depth discussion of legal principles with an emphasis on the practical issues that affect the day-to-day operations of the juvenile justice system. 50% off Coupon Code: TJJD11209

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Description


Since its initial printing in 1984, Texas Juvenile Law has guided the work of juvenile practitioners throughout Texas.The original author, University of Texas Law Professor Robert O. Dawson, often referred to this book as the "operator's manual for the Texas juvenile justice system" because it is an essential tool to understanding the eclectic nature of juvenile delinquency proceedings. Juvenile law is neither civil nor criminal with an array of laws that govern the legal framework that courts, law enforcement, prosecutors, juvenile probation officers, defense attorneys, and others must consider when handling justice-involved youth in Texas. 50% off Coupon Code: TJJD11209

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About the author


Dr. Robert O. Dawson, author of the first six editions of Texas Juvenile Law, held the Bryant Smith Chair in Law at the University of Texas School of Law in Austin, Texas from 1990 until his death in February of 2005. Dr. Dawson was an eminent law professor, prosecutor, and public defender who is best known as the principal drafter of Title 3 of the Texas Family Code. He served for many years as advisor to the Juvenile Justice and Family Issues Committee of the Texas House of Representatives and a variety of other committees on issues related to juvenile justice and criminal justice legislation. He wrote several books and articles on criminal procedure and co-authored a six-volume treatise Texas Criminal Practice and Procedure (Second Edition, West 2001). Throughout his career, he lectured extensively on juvenile law. The 9th Edition was updated by the Texas Juvenile Justice Department Office of the General Counsel. Principal Contributors:  Nydia D. Thomas, J.D. and Kaci Singer, J.D. 

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Book details

Genre:LAW

Subgenre:Criminal Law / Juvenile Offenders

Language:English

Pages:756

Format:Soft Cover


Overview


Texas Juvenile Law, 9th Edition is a useful reference guide for juvenile court judges, juvenile probation officers, prosecutors, defense attorneys, students, advocates, and others seeking a comprehensive analysis of juvenile statutory case law in Texas. This book provides an in-depth discussion of legal principles with an emphasis on the practical issues that affect the day-to-day operations of the juvenile justice system. 50% off Coupon Code: TJJD11209

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Description


Since its initial printing in 1984, Texas Juvenile Law has guided the work of juvenile practitioners throughout Texas.The original author, University of Texas Law Professor Robert O. Dawson, often referred to this book as the "operator's manual for the Texas juvenile justice system" because it is an essential tool to understanding the eclectic nature of juvenile delinquency proceedings. Juvenile law is neither civil nor criminal with an array of laws that govern the legal framework that courts, law enforcement, prosecutors, juvenile probation officers, defense attorneys, and others must consider when handling justice-involved youth in Texas. 50% off Coupon Code: TJJD11209

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About the author


Dr. Robert O. Dawson, author of the first six editions of Texas Juvenile Law, held the Bryant Smith Chair in Law at the University of Texas School of Law in Austin, Texas from 1990 until his death in February of 2005. Dr. Dawson was an eminent law professor, prosecutor, and public defender who is best known as the principal drafter of Title 3 of the Texas Family Code. He served for many years as advisor to the Juvenile Justice and Family Issues Committee of the Texas House of Representatives and a variety of other committees on issues related to juvenile justice and criminal justice legislation. He wrote several books and articles on criminal procedure and co-authored a six-volume treatise Texas Criminal Practice and Procedure (Second Edition, West 2001). Throughout his career, he lectured extensively on juvenile law. The 9th Edition was updated by the Texas Juvenile Justice Department Office of the General Counsel. Principal Contributors:  Nydia D. Thomas, J.D. and Kaci Singer, J.D. 

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