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From the Court Administrator's Office
All attorneys and Guardian Ad Litems on the court-appointed lists in juvenile delinquency, Children’s Bureau, termination of parental rights, and adoption cases must, beginning on January 1, 2011, annually receive three (3) hours of CLE credits devoted to juvenile delinquency court, the Child Protective Services Law on abuse, or the Adoption Act on terminations and adoptions. Proof of these CLE credits must be submitted to the Family Court Administrator.
Speaker-Carrie Peters, Sentencing Policy Specialist-Pennsylvania Commission on Sentencing
The Pennsylvania Commission on Sentencing will be presenting a 3-hour seminar in Judge Hathaway’s courtroom on Thursday, November 17, 2011 from 12:45-4:00 pm. The seminar will be offered by the Commission. Attorneys wishing to receive CLE credit will be provided a CLE Request Form indicating the fee scale and must directly return the form along with their payment to the Pennsylvania CLE Board.
This seminar will provide an overview of sentencing guidelines, statutes and policies related to sentencing (CIP,SIP, credit, mandatory minimums etc.) as well as an overview of updates to statutes regarding sentencing and corrections (RRRI, county/parole/county reentry, aggregation, place of confinement, etc.).
The course provider, the Pennsylvania Commission on Sentencing, requires that attendees must register in advance of the seminar. You can register by contacting Leslie Uncapher: phone 724-853-2140 or fax 724-853-2207 before November 15, 2011.