Webinar: Conversations about Confinement - Part 1

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Webinar: Conversations about Confinement - Part 1

Tuesday, February 27, 2018 - 12:30pm to 1:30pm

The Purpose of Juvvenile Detention and Alternatives

Please join the Court Improvement Project, along with Honorable Peter W. Hochuli, Associate Presiding Judge, Arizona Juvenile Bench, who will be presenting this webinar and discussion regarding alternatives to detention for court-involved youth.  

This webinar is geared toward judges with juvenile jurisdiction. Space is limited.

Honorable Peter W. Hochuli, Associate Presiding Judge, Arizona Juvenile Bench, Division 13 
Honorable Randin Roland, Presiding Judge of the County Court, Nebraska 12th District

Judge Peter W. Hochuli received his undergraduate degree in Sociology with an emphasis in Juvenile Corrections from Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona, in 1977.  He earned his Juris Doctor degree from the University Of Arizona College Of Law, in 1980.  He has practiced law in Tucson, Arizona since 1981.  He was in private practice with an emphasis in Juvenile delinquency defense and dependency matters as well as family law/domestic relations cases.  In 1996, he joined the Pima County Attorney’s Office, Juvenile Division, and was promoted to supervisor in April, 2003. During that time he represented the Pima County Attorney during the implementation of the Juvenile Detentions Alternatives Initiative.  
He was a founding member of the Juvenile Law Section of the Arizona State Bar and was Section Chair from June 1999 to June 2000.  Over the course of his career he has participated in a number of state and local juvenile committees, collaborations, and faculty for legal education.
Peter W. Hochuli was appointed to the Pima County Bench as a Court Commissioner/Judge Pro Tempore of the Superior Court, Juvenile Division effective March 17, 2008.  In October 2013, he was rotated to the Pima County Probate/Adult Mental Health bench, where he served for 27 months.  December 11, 2015, he was appointed by Governor Doug Ducey, to the Pima County Superior Court Bench, Division 13, and is currently serving on the Juvenile Bench, as the Associate Presiding Judge. 
He has been married for almost 39 years and has four beautiful children and one exceptional granddaughter.

Judge Randin Roland received his undergraduate degree in from Northern Arizona University in 1988. He earned his Juris Doctor degree from Creighton University School of Law in 1993.

Judge Roland has been the Presiding Judge of the County Court, 12th District since 2008. He serves on the Nebraska Supreme Court Commission on Children in the Courts, as well as serving as Juvenile Delinquency Subcommittee Co-Chair.

Judge Roland's community activities include volunteer judge for the Nebraska High School Mock Trial Project, Deputy Director of Cheyenne County Emergency Management, and both Cheyenne County Child Abuse Investigation and Treatment teams.


Materials: Powerpoint

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