Seiser & Kumli on California Juvenile Courts Practice and Procedure

This updated edition of California Juvenile Courts Practice and Procedure is an authoritative analysis of California Dependency and Delinquency Law that is frequently cited by the California Supreme Court and the Courts of Appeal. Updated annually, this handy softbound volume contains everything you need to succeed in California juvenile court practice.
Print Book :1 volume, softbound
2019 Edition
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ISBN: 9781522164920
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Authors and respected experts Gary C. Seiser and the Honorable Kurt Kumli have created a comprehensive analytical publication for the difficult area of law known as juvenile law, which addresses both juvenile dependency (court intervention in family child matters) and juvenile delinquency (crimes committed by juveniles). The latest edition incorporates significant changes to the law, adds practice tips, and alerts professionals to issues ripe for development. Inside you'll find over 700 pages of practical, timesaving guidance plus another 1000 pages containing the text of the relevant state and federal statutes, codes, rules and regulations. The authors have selected the code sections, rules and regulations you need every day to practice in juvenile court in California. Additional contributing authors add to the wealth of information and provide more practice tips on the latest developments in California law.

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Table of Contents

Analytical chapters include:

Ch. 1, General Procedures
Ch. 2, Dependency Proceedings
Ch. 3, Delinquency Proceedings

Primary laws include selected statutes, rules and regulations from:

•  California Welfare & Institutions Code
•  California Penal Code
•  Miscellaneous Other California Codes
•  California Rules of Court
•  California Regulations
•  United States Code
•  Federal Rules and Regulations

A Table of Cases and an Index (divided into two parts, one for dependency and one for delinquency, for more efficient use) complement the synopses at the beginning of each chapter to make analysis and authority easy to find.