Collateral Consequences of a Juvenile Adjudication: How Juvenile Records Can Affect Youth Even After the Case Is Over
Hosted by the Clean Slate Clearinghouse, with funding support from the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration and the U.S. Department of Justice’s Bureau of Justice Assistance
Juvenile records do not just disappear when youth turn 18, and those records can significantly affect a child’s employment, housing, and educational opportunities, leaving many young people with tremendous hurdles as they attempt to become successful adults. This webinar explores the breadth of collateral consequences of a juvenile adjudication and discusses ways in which youth can overcome some of those barriers. This webinar is particularly helpful for professionals who work with youth involved in the juvenile court system.
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