Children who enter the criminal justice system often give away their right to an attorney without fully grasping the consequences.

Join Amanda Powell, assistant state public defender at the Office of the Ohio Public Defender, as she explains what happens to children who go to court without a lawyer and shares strategies for advancing better juvenile justice policies.

Download Ms. Powell’s PowerPoint presentation here.

This is the third presentation in the 2012 Brown Bag Lecture Series. View the entire series here.