New York Juvenile Offender Handbook: 2024 Edition

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CURRENT EDITION 2024 Edition
VOLUMES 1
PAGES 534
AUTHOR Eric Warner
ESTIMATED NEXT EDITION DATE April 30, 2024
New York Juvenile Offender Handbook: 2024 Edition

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(Table of contents from 2023 edition. For informational use only)

TABLE OF CONTENTS
I. INTRODUCTION
A. History of the Juvenile Offender (JO) Law
C. About this Book
II. NEW YORK RAISE THE AGE LAW
A. The Basics
B. The Adolescent Offender (AO)
C. Criminal Procedure Law Article 722 
D. Establishment of the Youth Part
E. Proceedings upon Felony Complaint; Juvenile Offender
(CPL 722.20) 
F. Proceedings upon Felony Complaint; Adolescent Offender
G. Motion to Remove Juvenile Offender to Family Court
H. Removal of Adolescent Offenders to Family Court
I. Arrest, Notifications, and Questioning Procedures
J. Commitments
K. Grand Jury, Indictment, and Related Issues
L. Guilty Pleas for Removal Before Verdict by Adolescent
Offenders
M. Trial of Indictment
N. Removals
O. Sentencing of an Adolescent Offender
P. Place of Imprisonment of an Adolescent Offender
Q. Selected Raise the Age Changes to the Family Court Act
R. Disparity between Juvenile and Adolescent Offender
Removal Standards
II-A. DEFINITIONS
A. Juvenile Delinquent (JD)
B. Juvenile Offender
C. Removal 
D. Youthful Offender (YO) 
Relevant Questions and Answers
III. ARREST PROCEDURES
A. Notification
B. Appearance Tickets
C. Fingerprinting and Photographing
D. Custody
E. Interrogation
F. Other Issues
Relevant Questions and Answers
IV. PROSECUTORIAL SCREENING PROCEDURES
A. Evidence is sufficient to file a felony complaint
B. Evidence is insufficient to file a felony complaint
Relevant Questions and Answers

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