Complex Issues in Juvenile Court Practice XV
Now in its 15th year, this seminar addresses more advanced areas of juvenile court practice. This year’s seminar will feature an in-depth look at a great problem not only impacting society but our families: drugs. We are honored to have representatives from the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office and the Omaha Police Department present an overview of common street drugs; their prevalence, sources and properties; as well as representatives from drug-testing agencies to explain drug-testing protocols and how to understand drug test results; and a look at admissibility of drug-testing results in juvenile court proceedings.
Jointly Provided By
- Creighton University School of Law
- Guardian ad Litem Project, Inc.
- Creighton University Office of Continuing Education
Assoc. Dean Creighton University School of Law
Nebraska Drug Overview
Deputy Josh Echtinaw
Douglas County Sheriff, Criminal Investigations Division
DEA Overdose Task Force
Drug Testing: How it Works
Nebraska Drug & Alcohol Screening
Drug Testing Results: Issues of Admissibility in Evidence
Jeffrey Wagner, J.D.
Ethics: Ex Parte Communications; When to Withdraw, When to Split the Dual Role of the GAL
Katrine Herrboldt, J.D.
OBJECTION! Crossing on Direct and Other Sins
Chris Costantakos. J.D.
Brady Hoekstra, J.D.
Mark Jacobs, J.D.
Deana Klein, J.D.
Hon. Candice Novak
Caselaw and Statutory Update
B. Gail Steen, J.D.
TPR by GAL: A Panel Presentation
Chris Costantakos, J.D., Omaha, NE
Tana Fye, J.D., Fye Law Office, Holdrege, NE
Stephanie Flynn, J.D., Lincoln, NE
Language Access in Juvenile Court Proceedings
Language Access Program Division Director
Administrative Office of the Courts
Mediation in Juvenile Court Proceedings
Concord Mediation Center
Creighton University School of Law is an accredited sponsor of continuing legal education in the states of Nebraska and Iowa. This program has been approved for 6.75 hours of continuing legal education, including 1.0 hour of professional responsibility/ethics.