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Wisconsin Judicial Benchbook Vol. IV: Juvenile

Product ID: AK0028
Published By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE
ISBN: 978-1-57862-628-1

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Use the same guide judges use for complex juvenile law process

You’ll confidently address issues unique to children and juveniles with the Wisconsin Judicial Benchbook: Juvenile. Its clear outlines and step-by-step guidance will help you successfully navigate the complex system and special considerations associated with juvenile law — just as it helps the judges you’re appearing before.

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Part of the Books Unbound Library Collection: Family Law

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Use the same guide judges use for complex juvenile law process

You’ll confidently address issues unique to children and juveniles with the Wisconsin Judicial Benchbook: Juvenile. Its clear outlines and step-by-step guidance will help you successfully navigate the complex system and special considerations associated with juvenile law — just as it helps the judges you’re appearing before.

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632+ pp.; 7th ed. revised 2021-2022
(includes 2022-23 and 2023-24 supplements)

Summary of contents

  • Venue and Jurisdiction
  • Initiation of Proceedings
  • Time Constraints
  • Temporary Custody (Detention) Hearing
  • Waiver to Adult Court/Reverse Waiver
  • Plea Hearing and Pretrial Issues
  • Fact-Finding Hearing in CHIPS, JIPS, and Delinquency
  • Disposition
  • ASFA and Permanency Planning
  • Traffic/Civil Violations
  • Postdisposition
  • Records/Victims’ Rights
  • Termination of Parental Rights
  • Adoption
  • Waiver of Parental Consent for Abortion
  • Juvenile Guardianships
  • ICWA

Appendices

  • Serious Juvenile Offender (SJO) Offenses
  • Substantial Risk of Physical Harm to Another
  • Violent Crimes
  • Original Adult Court Jurisdiction
  • Waiver
  • Jurisdiction by Offense
  • Jurisdiction by Age
  • Judicial Checklist — Educational Stability
  • Judicial Checklist — Permanency Hearing
  • Judicial Checklist — WICWA
  • DNA Violent Crimes List
  • Surrogacy/Parentage/Assisted Reproduction Technology
  • Use of Restraints (Shackling) Under  §§ 48.299(2m)
    and 938.299(2m)

The 2023-2024 supplement includes a number of changes such as:

  • A noteworthy Wisconsin Supreme Court opinion concerning victims’ rights
  • Recent Wisconsin Court of Appeals decisions that addressed issues relating to termination of parental rights
  • A U.S. Supreme Court opinion about the Indian Child Welfare Act
  • The Wisconsin Legislature’s enactment of an act concerning newborn infant safety devices (“baby boxes”) under the safe-haven law

The 2022-2023 supplement includes a number of changes such as:

  • Citations to recent Wisconsin appellate court cases concerning the waiver of juveniles to adult court and the admission of audiovisually recorded statements of children
  • Updated discussions about conducting remote proceedings by telephone or audiovisual means in juvenile cases, in light of amendments passed by the Wisconsin Legislature in 2022
  • New information (including a new appendix) about the findings that a court must make before ordering the use of restraints on a child or juvenile under Wis Stat. ch. 48 or ch. 938

In addition, a new reference tool—an electronic master index of topics discussed in the Wisconsin Judicial Benchbooks—has been newly uploaded to the online book reader, Books UnBound, at https://booksunbound.wisbar.org/w/wisbar/AE0025-MASTER.INDEX. It is accessible to owners of the print books as well as to Books UnBound subscribers.

The 2021-2022 revision includes a number of changes such as:

·      Additional discussions throughout the benchbook concerning certified qualified residential treatment programs as placements for children and juveniles, newly permitted under state law

  • Citations to recent appellate court decisions addressing matters such as termination of parental rights, competency under the Juvenile Justice Code, and the admissibility of audiovisual statements of children under the Wisconsin Rules of Evidence
  • Amendments to the Children’s Code, as part of the legislature’s passage of Ethan’s Law, which expanded the circumstances in which a court is prohibited from placing a child in the home of certain individuals with specified criminal histories

 

 

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