February 2012 | Volume 75, No. 2
This month, the Texas Bar Journal takes a look at juvenile law and the juvenile justice system, including an overview of juvenile vs. criminal law, deferred prosecution, and the law concerning underage drinkers stopped for a DWI. In addition, we highlight The Unconscious Truth, a new project from TYLA on the legal consequences and health dangers associated with underage binge drinking.
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vs. Criminal Law: An Overview
By Brian J. Willett
of Pretrial Diversion: Deferred Prosecution
By Bradley P. Temple
Detectable Amount of Alcohol": Taking a Breath or Blood Specimen of
By Pat Garza
TYLA Initiative Addresses Underage Binge Drinking
By Ellen Carnes
- Juvenile vs. Criminal Law: An Overview
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