Supreme Court Commission: Subcommittee on Attorneys Representing Children/Youth
- Chair: Honorable Kenneth Vampola, Honorable Vernon Daniels, Margene Timm, Jim Mowbray, Richard Stafford, Jeff Wagner, Jane Schoenike, Steve Reisdorff, Kathy Bigsby Moore, Doris Karloff, Elizabeth Neeley
Prof. Cathryn S. Crawford
Subcommittee Work Products:
- Standards for Appointed Counsel of Juveniles in Law Violation and Status Offense Cases in Juvenile Court
- Legal Representation in Delinquency and Status Offense Cases in Nebraska
- The American Council of Chief Defenders & The National Juvenile Defender Center, Ten Core Principles for Providing Quality Delinquency Representation
- Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP), Juvenile Justice Bulletin, Access to Counsel
- National Juvenile Defender Center
- American Bar Association, Juvenile Justice Committee
- Massachusetts Committee for Public Council Services, Performance Standards
- Georgia Public Defender Standards Council
- American Bar Association, Ten Principles of a Public Defense Delivery SystemTen Principles of a Public Defense, Principle 5
- National Legal Aid & Defender Association, Performance Guidelines for Criminal Defense Representation
- American Bar Association, Standards for Criminal Justice - Prosecution Function
- American Bar Association, Standards for Criminal Justice - Defense Function
- American Bar Association, Standards for Criminal Justice, Providing Defense Services
- American Bar Association, Gideon's Broken Promise
For further information, contact
Phone: (402) 472-9814
Phone: (402) 471-2764
Is to conduct research, analyze policy, and provide education and community service. The purpose of CCFL's activities is to enhance the well-being of children, youth, and families.
Children are extraordinarily precious members of society, they are exquisitely alert, sensitive, and conscious of their surroundings; and they are extraordinarily vulnerable to maltreatment or emotional abuse by adults who refuse to give them the profound respect and affection to which they are unconditionally entitled.
- Wisdom of the Elders, quoted in Kids Are Worth It, by Barbara Coloroso, ch. 1 (1994).