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Pennsylvania Juvenile Collateral Consequences Checklist

Published May 24, 2010, This publication was cooperative effort on the part of numerous Models for Change partners across Pennsylvania. A complete list of contributing authors is available on the last page of the publication.

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The purpose of the Pennsylvania Juvenile Collateral Consequences Checklist is to provide attorneys, judges and other juvenile justice professionals with the most up to date information available on the short term and long term consequences of juvenile adjudications of delinquency. It is the responsibility of defense attorneys to explain to clients and their families the consequences of delinquency adjudications prior to proceeding with consent decrees, adjudicatory hearings or admissions colloquies.

States: Pennsylvania

Categories: Juvenile indigent defense

Tags: collateral consequence, MFC

Uploaded Jun 10, 2010


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