Appeals in the Juvenile Arena

Published by Oakland County Bar Association


Appeals in juvenile cases are not uncommon. Juvenile attorneys must concentrate on winning their case at trial while at the same time ensuring the case can go to an appeals court if necessary.

Topics of discussion will include recognizing and anticipating problems with a case; making timely objections; and the rules of evidence - what's appealable and what's not.

Melinda N. Deel
Melinda N. Deel was elected to the Oakland County Bar Association board of directors in 2014 and re-elected in 2015. She is a sustaining member of the OCBA and has been actively involved in the organization since becoming an attorney in 2001. She currently serves on the board’s program committee and the joint OCBA/OCBF committee. She served as a captain for the 2015 Oakland County Circuit-Probate Court Bench/Bar Conference. She was honored to receive the OCBA Distinguished Service Award in 2007....More

Originally Published

February 14, 2019

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  • Appeals in the Juvenile Arena - Video
  • Appeals in the Juvenile Arena - Handout

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