Ch 16 PPT - Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Juvenile Court...

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Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Juvenile Court Chapter 16
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Overview Therapeutic Jurisprudence Defined Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Other Perspectives Therapeutic Jurisprudence, Specialized Courts, and Problem-Solving Courts Juvenile Drug Courts and Teen Courts Legal Analyses Based on Therapeutic Jurisprudence
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Introduction Emerged in the 1980s out of mental health law Expand considerations in the legal process beyond due process Over the last 25 years Criminal law, corrections, probation, lawyering, judging, and family law Legal reform theory Impact of therapeutic and anti-therapeutic consequences
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Introduction Weber relapse-prevention plan example Highlights examples of interdisciplinary nature of therapeutic jurisprudence Three levels of legal interaction enhance therapeutic outcomes Individual Procedural Policy level
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Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Other Perspectives Legal perspectives under one umbrella: comprehensive law movement (10 vectors) Therapeutic jurisprudence, preventive law, therapeutic jurisprudence/preventive law, restorative justice, procedural justice, facilitative mediation, transformative mediation, collaborative mediation, holistic law, and creative problem- solving Vectors can be split: Theoretical lens and concrete process
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Therapeutic Jurisprudence, Specialized Courts and Problem-Solving Courts Therapeutic jurisprudence and specialized courts occurred simultaneously in the 1980s and 1990s Converged to some degree First drug courts, then domestic violence courts,
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Ch 16 PPT - Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Juvenile Court...

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