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2018

Jan. 11

Jan. 11

When and Where
Printed agenda
Approved minutes
 

AGENDA

10:00 a.m.

Greeting & Review of 12/4/17 Minutes

Honorable Garry Frank & Mr. Bill D. Davis

10:10 a.m.

Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) Fiscal Impact

Brad Fowler, AOC Research, Policy, and Planning Division & AOC Director Marion R. Warren

10:40 a.m.

Juvenile Justice Policy Considerations & FY 18-19 Needs

  • Fiscal Plan Concepts
  • Planning Funding
  • CC positions
  • Transportation
  • A-G Transfers
  • Early Intervention Funding

Deputy Secretary William L. Lassiter

12:00 p.m.

Lunch

12:30 p.m.

Office of Indigent Defense FY 18-19 Needs

Eric J. Zogry, Juvenile Defender

12:50 p.m.

School Justice Partnership Project

Honorable J.H. “Jay” Corpening, II

1:50 p.m.

Next Steps & Chairs’ Expectations

Honorable Garry Frank & Mr. Bill D. Davis

Feb. 20

Feb. 20

When and Where
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AGENDA

10 a.m.

Greeting & Review of 1/11/18 Minutes

Honorable Garry Frank & Mr. Bill D. Davis

10:10 a.m.

Legislative Revisions and Legal Issues Subcommittee Recommendations & Vote

Heather Taraska, Assistant District Attorney, Mecklenburg County

10:25 a.m.

Housing of Transfers Subcommittee Recommendations & Vote

Deputy Secretary William L. Lassiter

10:45 a.m. Office of Juvenile Defender Fiscal Needs Vote

Eric J. Zogry, Juvenile Defender

 

11 a.m.

Contents of March 1, 2018, Juvenile Age Report

Vote on report

  • Staggered Implementation
  • Juvenile Justice Funding

Deputy Secretary William L. Lassiter

 

1 p.m.

Administrative Office of the Courts Staffing & Funding Recommendations & Vote

Marion R. Warren, Director and
Brad D. Fowler, AOC Research, Policy and Planning

1:50 p.m.

Next Steps & Chairs’ Expectations

Honorable Garry Frank & Mr. Bill D. Davis

May 22

May 22

When and Where
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AGENDA

10 a.m.

Greeting & Review of 2/20/18 Minutes

Honorable Garry Frank & Mr. Bill D. Davis

10:10 a.m.

Legislative Revisions and Legal Issues Subcommittee Recommendations & Vote

Heather Taraska, Assistant District Attorney, Mecklenburg County

10:30 a.m.

School Justice Partnerships Subcommittee Recommendations & Vote

Additions to subcommittee:

  • NC School Boards Association
  • NC School Superintendents’ Association
  • NC Principals and Assistant Principals’ Assoc.

Hon. J.H. "Jay" Corpening II

10:45 a.m. Implementation Update from Juvenile Justice

Deputy Secretary William L. Lassiter

 

11 a.m.

Age Appropriate Programming & Addressing Harmful Sexual Behavior

Jean Steinberg, Director of Juvenile Clinical Services and Programs; Dr. Janet Clarke-McLean, Psychological Program Manager

 

11:50 a.m. 26th Judicial District: Mecklenburg District Court Judges Louis Trosch Jr. & Donald Cureton
Noon Lunch  
12:30 p.m. Administrative Office of the Courts Updates Eric R. Puryear &
Mr. Brad Fowler, Administrative Office of the Courts
1 p.m.

Educational and Vocational Programming

Guests

Adam Johnson, Director of Juvenile Education Services;
Cindy Porterfield, Director of Juvenile Community Programs

1:55 p.m.

Next Steps & Chairs’ Expectations

Hon.Garry Frank &
Mr. Bill D. Davis

Aug. 24

Aug. 24

When and Where 
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AGENDA

10 a.m.

Greeting & Review of Minutes

Honorable Garry Frank & Mr. Bill D. Davis

10:10 a.m.

Legislative Revisions and Legal Issues Subcommittee Recommendations & Vote

Heather Taraska, Assistant District Attorney, Mecklenburg County

10:45 a.m. Implementation Update from Juvenile Justice

Deputy Secretary William L. Lassiter

 

11:15 a.m.

New Business

 

11:45 a.m.

Next Steps & Chairs’ Expectations

Hon.Garry Frank &
Mr. Bill D. Davis

Next meeting: Nov. 8, 2018 from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. at 3010 Hammond Business Place, Raleigh

Voting on: Legislative Revisions and Legal Issues Subcommittee Recommendations

  • Recommendation #1: Amend S.L. 2017-57, 7B-2200.5(a)(1) to include “E”.
  • Recommendation #2: Add to 7B-2200.5, a new (c): The probable cause hearing shall be conducted within 90 days of the date of the juvenile’s first appearance. The court may continue the hearing for good cause.
  • Recommendation #3: Add to 7B-2200.5, a new (d): In any case where jurisdiction of a juvenile has been transferred to Superior Court, upon joint motion of the prosecutor and juvenile’s (defendant’s) attorney, the court shall remand the case back to Juvenile Court. The record is then automatically expunged following remand to Juvenile Court.
  • Recommendation #4: Add to 7B-1906, a new (b1): As long as the 16 and 17 year old remains in secure custody, if the juvenile was 16 years of age or older at the time the juvenile allegedly committed an offense that would be a Class A, B1, B2, C, D, E, F or G felony if committed by an adult, further hearings to determine the need for secure custody shall be held at intervals of no more than 30 calendar days. Further hearings on the need for continued secure custody may be waived only with the consent of the juvenile. Upon request of the juvenile, through counsel for the juvenile, further hearings may be held at intervals of 10 days for good cause determined by the court.
Nov. 8

Nov. 8

When and Where 
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AGENDA

10 a.m.

Greeting & Review of Minutes

Honorable Garry Frank & Mr. Bill D. Davis

10:30 a.m.

Legislative Revisions and Legal Issues Subcommittee Recommendations & Vote

Heather Taraska, Assistant District Attorney, Mecklenburg County

11 a.m. Detention Projections Michelle L. Hall, Sentencing and Policy Advisory Commission
 
10:45 a.m. Implementation Update from Juvenile Justice

Deputy Secretary William L. Lassiter

 

Noon LUNCH  
12:30 p.m. Implementation Update from Juvenile Justice cont'd

Deputy Secretary William L. Lassiter

1 p.m.

New Business

JJAC members

1:30 p.m. Public Comment (There will be a sign-up sheet for public comment)  

11:45 a.m.

Next Steps & Chairs’ Expectations

Hon.Garry Frank &
Mr. Bill D. Davis