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Disclaimer: The State Law Library is unable to give legal advice, legal opinions or any interpretation of the law.
Soler's resource provides counsel who represent youth with a detailed overview of children's rights and the statutory and case law relating to legal matters involving children. Topics range from school disciplinary matters to child witnesses and even health-care for low-income children.
University of Texas Law Professor Dr. Robert O. Dawson was the original drafter of Title III of the Texas Family Code in 1973 and a main contributor to the changes made to the juvenile justice system during the 73rd Texas Legislature. This publication is a complete reference source for Texas juvenile justice personnel, covering a range of topics including juvenile records, determinate sentencing, and school issues, among many more.
This handbook is a summary of some of the more important legal issues of juvenile law for the new practitioner. It also offers some additional ideas and strategies for the juvenile defense attorney. The stated goal of this publication is to help improve representation of juveniles across the state.