CLE Program Details

Program Title: Juvenile Fitness to Stand Trial
Total CLE Hours: 1.00
General CLE Hours: 1.00
Professionalism or Ethics CLE Hours: 0.00
Registration Fee: $ 16.00

This material provides an in-depth look at juvenile fitness to stand trial. In this program Mr. Scally discusses In re Gault 387 U.S. 1 (1967), prior and post, which is the case that changed the landscape in juvenile courts.  “History of competence Requirements” and “Illinois Law of Fitness in Juvenile Court” are two of the many pertinent topics also discussed in the presentation.

This material is intended to be a guide in general. As always, if you have any specific question regarding the state of the law in any particular jurisdiction, we recommend that you seek legal guidance relating to your particular fact situation.

The course materials will provide the attendee with the knowledge and tools necessary to identify the current legal trends with respect to these issues. The course materials are designed to provide the attendee with current law, impending issues and future trends that can be applied in practical situations.

Materials provided with the program

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Written Material Video Material
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Approved for CLE credit in these Jurisdictions: IL
Available Formats Windows media, iPod, Quicktime, Flash video
Presenter: Joseph Scally