Tag Archives: Confidentiality

Accessibility of Juvenile Court Records Webinar

The American Bar Association is hosting a Webinar Debunking the Myths: Public Accessibility of Juvenile Delinquency Records on Monday, March 17, 2014, from 1-2:30 p.m. ET.  “This webinar addresses the common misconception that juvenile arrest and delinquency records are inaccessible … Continue reading

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There is Little Juvenile Court Confidentiality if You Want to Be a Lawyer in Indiana

The Indiana State Board of Bar Examiners 2014 application for the bar examination requires the applicant to answer the following question: “Have you ever been adjudicated delinquent in a juvenile court? Include matters that have been dismissed, subject to a diversion or … Continue reading

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The Myth of Confidentiality in Many Delinquency Cases

If asked, most of the public would likely say that all juvenile delinquency hearings and case files are closed to the public — that the cases are confidential.  That is not the reality in Indiana for many juvenile delinquency cases. … Continue reading

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