Registration Fee:

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GEORGIA'S NEW JUVENILE CODE

RECORDED
NOVEMBER 14
, 2013

Archived Webcast

CLE Hours:
6 CLE Hours including 1 Trial Practice Hours

Co-Sponsor:
Child Protection and Advocacy Section, State Bar of Georgia

Presiding:
Hon. Sharon N. Hill, Program Co-Chair, Georgia Appleseed Center for Law & Justice, Atlanta
Araceli Jacobs, Program Co-Chair, Administrative Office of the Courts, State of Georgia, Atlanta

Welcome and Overview
Araceli Jacobs

HIGHLIGHTS OF ARTICLE 1, GENERAL PROVISIONS
Araceli Jacobs

AN OVERVIEW OF ARTICLES 3 AND 4: DEPEN-DENCY AND TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS
Angela T. Tyner, Georgia Court Appointed Special Advocates, Atlanta

SPECIAL FOCUS: REINSTATEMENT OF PARENTAL RIGHTS
Rachel H. Davidson, Department of Family & Children Services, Atlanta

THE CONTEXT FOR JUVENILE JUSTICE REFORM
W. Thomas Worthy, Office of the Governor, Atlanta

AN OVERVIEW OF ARTICLES 5 AND 6: DELINQUENCY AND INCOMPETENCY
Michael L. Randolph, Public Defender, Macon Judicial Circuit Public Defender’s Office, Macon
Amy L. Bell, Public Defender, Macon Judicial Circuit Public Defender’s Office, Macon
SPECIAL FOCUS: JUVENILE TRANSFER LAWS
Nicki N. Vaughan, Public Defender, Northeastern Judicial Circuit Public Defender’s Office, Gainesville

ARTICLE 5: UNDERSTANDING CHILDREN IN NEED OF SERVICES
Hon. Tom Rawlings, McMillan & Rawlings, LLP, Sandersville

DATA AND REPORTING REQUIREMENTS
Hon. Sharon N. Hill