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This workshop will discuss the myriad psychological, psychosocial, developmental, and legal issues encountered by juvenile justice-involved youth. The various levels of juvenile justice involvement will
be explored from most restrictive to less restrictive measurements. In addition current Maryland and national state laws as they apply to prosecuting juvenile in the adult system will be examined. An emphasis will be placed on adolescent criminal pathology, risk and protective factors and building resiliency. The presenter is a bi-cultural forensic social worker specialized in criminal defense mitigation, dual diagnosis, crisis intervention, addictions, trauma, and working with diverse ethnic groups. This is an interactive workshop where case vignettes will be presented and discussed