2020 Juvenile Justice - Social Media Evidence: Procurement & Admission of Evidence
This conference is specifically designed to provide prosecutors and non-attorney staff in prosecution offices handling juvenile court cases with a legal foundation and an understanding of the mechanics on core issues. A multidisciplinary faculty from the judiciary, court administration, defense bar, and prosecution will bring a comprehensive perspective to the topics.
Attendees will have the option to register for either a portion of or the entire conference.
Jonathan Holbrook joined the School of Government in 2017 as the School’s first-ever Prosecutor Educator. Jonathan previously worked as a prosecutor for nearly ten years, both in state court with the Wake County District Attorney’s Office and in federal court with the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of North Carolina. Jonathan earned his B.A. from Northwestern University, and his J.D. with Honors from UNC Chapel Hill School of Law. Jonathan writes and updates legal entries for NC PRO, the new online criminal procedure resource for prosecutors, as well as the NC Criminal Law Blog, and he provides assistance, consultation, and training to prosecutors on a wide variety of issues.
Fields of Expertise
Criminal Law and Procedure