Travis Juvenile Board Plan
As required by the Texas Fair Defense Act, the Juvenile Board of Travis County, Texas, approves the following plan for the qualifications of and appointment of attorneys to guarantee effective representation to juveniles whose families may be indigent.
It is the intent of this plan to comply with Section 51.102 of the Texas Family Code, and with applicable provisions of Article 26.04 of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure.
The Director of Court Administration for the juvenile court shall serve as the Coordinator and is responsible for
ØMaintain and update the list of qualified attorneys according to their designated categories;
ØInvestigate and track attorney qualification;
ØManage intake procedures;
ØTrack cases and assignments to avoid duplication;
ØReceive and investigate complaints against appointed attorneys;
ØMaintain the rotation schedule of appointed attorneys;
ØCoordinate with the Office of Court Administration;
Ønsure compliance with the policies and standards of the Texas Indigent Defense Commission;
ØAssist in all reporting requirements and in obtaining grants; and
ØPerform all other duties designated by the Juvenile Board.
Prompt Detention Hearings
Juvenile Board in cooperation with each law enforcement agency in Travis County
shall ensure that policies and procedures are in place to advise supervisory personnel
of every law enforcement agency within the county each time a child is taken
into custody pursuant to Texas or Federal law. An officer who takes a child
into custody must, without unnecessary delay pursuant to Section 52.02, Texas
Family Code, either take the child to a juvenile processing office where the
child may only be detained for up to six (6) hours and then released, or to the
Travis County Juvenile Probation Department.
The child shall be processed by the juvenile
probation department's Intake Unit. If the child is not released by Intake to a
parent/guardian or custodian, then a detention hearing shall be held not later
than the second working day after the child is taken into custody, provided
however that when a child is detained on a Friday or Saturday,
then such detention hearing shall be held on the first working day after the
child is taken into custody, as provided in Section 54.01, Texas Family Code.
Prior to the detention hearing, the court shall
inform the parents of the child's right to counsel and to appointed counsel if
they are indigent. Section 54.01(b), Texas Family Code.
Unless the court finds that the appointment of counsel is not feasible due to exigent circumstances, the court shall appoint counsel within a reasonable time before the first detention hearing. Section 54.01(b-1), Texas Family Code.
The court shall provide the attorney for the child
with access to all written matter to be considered by the court in making the
B. When a
petition is filed or when a child is detained (whichever event is earlier), the
child and the child's parents/guardians will be provided an Application Requesting
Appointment of Counsel form for the purpose of determining eligibility for
appointment of counsel.
i. The form shall be the same as or similar to the form
provided for the request of court appointed counsel in the District Courts and
County Courts of Travis County.
ii. The form shall be completed by the parent/guardian.
iii. The completed form shall be delivered to
the juvenile probation department within three working days of the date the
child is in detention or within ten days of the filing of a petition if the
child is not in detention.
iv. If a parent/guardian is not available to
complete the form, the juvenile probation department shall notify a juvenile
court judge for appointment of an attorney without a completed form.
Indigence Determination Standards
Sec. 2: Procedures for Determining
the child is brought to the Intake Unit and is: 1) released by Intake, 2)
released prior to the initial detention hearing, or 3) detained, the child and
the child’s parents/guardians shall be informed of the child’s right to request
a court appointed attorney, if eligible. The Statement of Inability of Pay Costs of Court and Application Requesting
Appointment of Counsel and Acknowledgement Form shall be provided to the
parents/guardians by the Travis County Juvenile Probation Department Detention/Intake
officers for the purpose of determining indigence and eligibility for
appointment of counsel.
These forms will also notify the child and child’s parents/guardians that if
their child is released, these forms must be returned to the Juvenile Court Administration Division
within three working days after a petition is filed if they intend to request
a court appointed attorney. Parents will
be requested to sign an Acknowledgement Form to confirm receipt of notification
of their child’s right to a court appointed attorney and receipt of the
for appointment of counsel is determined by the family’s household income and qualifies
i. The household income does not exceed 150% of the Poverty Guidelines as
established and revised annually by the U.S. Department of Health and Human
Services in the Federal Register; or
ii. The difference between the family’s monthly net income and reasonable necessary
expenditures is less than $500.00; or
iii. At the time of requesting appointment of counsel, the family has been
determined to be eligible to receive Food Stamps, Medicaid, Temporary
Assistance for Needy Families, Supplemental Security Income, or public housing;
iv. The child is in the temporary or permanent managing conservatorship of the
Texas Department of Family and Protective Services.
family that does not meet any of these determinations of indigence standards may
nevertheless be determined eligible for court appointed counsel if the family
is otherwise unable to retain private counsel without substantial financial
hardship or for other good cause by the judge.
eligibility/qualification for a court appointed attorney is denied, the
parents/guardians shall retain an attorney immediately. The parents/guardians shall notify the Juvenile Court Administration Division within three days of the name, address and
phone number of their child’s attorney.
If the parents have not retained an attorney by the next hearing, the court
may appoint an attorney with the option for ordering fee reimbursement of a
Minimum Attorney Qualifications
Sec. 3: Qualifications
and Duties of Appointed Counsel
As explained in Section 5 of this Plan, “Attorney Selection
Method,” attorneys employed by the Travis County Juvenile Public Defender’s
Office will have priority for appointments in juvenile cases. If the
appointment of a public defender is not appropriate, the appointment will be
made in accordance with the Juvenile Court Attorney Appointment list that
implements a system of rotation.
All attorneys licensed
to practice law by the Supreme Court of Texas are eligible to apply for
inclusion on the Juvenile Court Attorney Appointment list. However, all applicants
must meet the general qualifications as well as the minimum experience and
continuing legal education requirements for the applicable category level, as
set out in this Plan, to be considered for appointment to juvenile cases. Every
attorney applying for court appointment to juvenile cases must receive the
approval of the Juvenile Board by a majority vote.
1. An attorney must be a
licensed practicing attorney and a member in good standing with the State Bar
2. An attorney must have on file with the
juvenile court a completed application form containing correct and current
3. An attorney must have a secretary,
receptionist, answering service, or regularly monitored voicemail system. An
attorney must have a functioning fax machine and an active email account to
receive court appointments and notices regarding any procedural changes. In
addition, an attorney must respond promptly to a phone call from the court.
4. In order to be eligible for initial inclusion
on the list, an attorney must have attended the live or video presentation of
the Travis County Juvenile Court Procedures Seminar.
B. Specific Experience
and Continuing Legal Education Requirements
qualification standards related to experience and continuing legal education
(CLE) set forth in this Plan recognize that juvenile cases fall into three
progressive levels of complexity: 1) Conduct Indicating a Need for Supervision
(CINS) or Delinquent Conduct for which commitment to the Texas Juvenile Justice
Department (TJJD) is not an authorized disposition; 2) Delinquent Conduct for which
commitment to TJJD without a determinate sentence is an authorized
disposition; and 3) cases in which Determinate Sentence or Discretionary
Transfer to Criminal Court proceedings have been initiated.
In order to be eligible
for initial inclusion on the Juvenile Court Attorney Appointment list and to
remain eligible for appointments to Level 1, Level 2, or Level 3 juvenile
cases, an attorney must meet the minimum qualifications set by the Juvenile
Board as required annually for each category of cases (1 T.A.C. Sections 174.1-174.4):
1: CINS cases or Delinquent Conduct for which commitment to TJJD or to the
Travis County Post-Adjudication Secure Facility is not an authorized
disposition: Licensed to practice law in Texas and the annual minimum of
six hours of CLE credit in juvenile law.
2: Delinquent Conduct for which commitment to TJJD or to the Travis County
Post-Adjudication Secure Correctional Facility without a Determinate Sentence
is an authorized disposition: Licensed to practice law in Texas, two
years juvenile or criminal law experience, the annual minimum of six hours of
CLE credit in juvenile law, plus four hours of additional CLE credit in
juvenile or criminal law.
3: Determinate Sentence or Discretionary Transfer to Criminal Court proceedings
have been initiated: Licensed to practice law in Texas, fouryears
juvenile or criminal law experience, the annual minimum of six hours of CLE
credit in juvenile law, plus nine hours of additional CLE credit in
juvenile or criminal law.
attorneys approved for inclusion on the appointment list must, no later than
October 15 of each year, report to Travis County the percentage of the
attorney's practice time that was dedicated to work based on appointments
accepted in Travis County for adult criminal and juvenile delinquency cases for
the prior 12 months that begin on October 1 and end on September 30. The report
must be submitted through the online form to the Texas Indigent Defense
C. CLE Attestation Form
All attorneys approved for inclusion on the appointment list by
the Juvenile Board must file a certificate with juvenile court each year
attesting to the completion of the required CLE or continued Texas Board of
Legal Specialization certification in Juvenile Law. The reporting period for
CLE activity is January 1 to December 31 of each year, to include an automatic grace period until January 31 of the following year in which to complete and report CLE activity for that reporting period. Attorneys
should submit their attestation or certification form along with a copy of
their CLE record from the State Bar of Texas by January 31 of each year. CLE
credit completed within a one year period immediately preceding an attorney’s initial
reporting period may be used to meet the CLE requirement for the initial year.
Any attorney who has completed the Juvenile Justice Clinic at the University of
Texas School of Law within a two year period immediately preceding the
attorney’s initial reporting period is deemed to have completed their required
six hours of CLE credit in juvenile law for their initial reporting
period. Continuing legal education activity completed during any reporting period in excess of the minimum six-hour requirement for such period may be applied to the following period's requirement. The carryover provision applies to one year only. Any attorney who is certified in juvenile law by the Texas Board of
Legal Specialization is deemed to have satisfied all CLE requirements for as
long as their Board Certification is maintained.
D. Juvenile Court Attorney Appointment List
Effective November 1, 2011, all attorneys
approved for inclusion on the appointment list by the Juvenile Board must
complete a current Juvenile Court Attorney Appointment List Commitment Form.
The Coordinator will notify all attorneys already approved for the Juvenile
Court Attorney Appointment list of this requirement and request submission of a
current Juvenile Court Attorney Appointment List Commitment Form by January 31
of each year. All new attorneys seeking initial inclusion on the list must
complete a current Juvenile Court Attorney Appointment List Commitment Form to be
submitted with their application. After initially being placed on the list, the
attorney must submit an additional signed commitment form each year to remain
on the list
E. Duties of Appointed Counsel
Once an attorney is appointed to a juvenile
proceeding, the attorney shall:
a) Make every reasonable effort to contact the
juvenile not later than the end of the first working day after the date on
which the attorney is appointed; and
b) If the juvenile is being held in detention,
interview the juvenile before the first detention hearing or within two working
days after the attorney is appointed, if appointed after the at the first
detention hearing; or
c) If the juvenile is not detained, interview
the juvenile prior to the first scheduled court hearing and no later than
fifteen working days after the attorney is appointed; and
d) Represent the juvenile until charges are
adjudicated or dismissed, the juvenile is acquitted, all appeals are exhausted,
or the attorney is relieved of his duties by the court or replaced by other
counsel after a finding of good cause is entered on the record.
F. A court may replace with other counsel an
attorney who fails to adhere to the immediate contact and interview requirements
described above. All complaints made against an appointed attorney shall first
be directed to the attention of the judge who heard the case in which the
attorney was appointed.
G. New attorney applications for initial
inclusion on the list will be presented to the Juvenile Board for consideration
at intervals set by the Juvenile Board, at least annually. Upon approval by a
majority vote, an attorney will immediately be included on the Juvenile Court
Attorney Appointment list.
H. At a meeting held
after January 31 of each year, the Coordinator will present the appointment
list to the Juvenile Board for review and a determination regarding the
continued eligibility and appropriate category level of each attorney. An
attorney seeking to be moved to a higher level category on the list shall
submit a Status Change Application to the Coordinator no later than January 31.
Prompt Appointment of Counsel
Procedures for Timely Appointment of Counsel
to Section 54.01(a), Family Code, if a child is not released under Section
53.02, Family Code, a detention hearing without a jury shall be held promptly,
but not later than the second working day after the child is taken into
custody; provided, however, that when a child is detained on a Friday or
Saturday, then such detention hearing shall be held on the first working day
after the child is taken into custody.
B. If the
child was not represented by an attorney at the detention hearing and a
determination was made to detain the child, the child shall immediately be
entitled to representation by an attorney. Section 51.10(c), Texas Family Code.
C. If a
child is not released by the Intake Unit, the Detention/Intake officers will
assist in completing the form for the appointment of counsel for eligible
juveniles and then deliver the form to
the Juvenile Court Administration Division within 24 hours of the request or at the
initial detention hearing. If
appointment of counsel is requested by the juvenile, the form will be completed
by the parent/guardian at or before the initial
detention hearing. Within one working
day, the Coordinator shall appoint an attorney for an eligible juvenile.
D. If a
child was released at the initial detention hearing, or was released by Intake,
or referred to the juvenile court without being taken into custody, and a
petition is then filed, the juvenile court, upon making a finding of indigence
or good cause, shall appoint an attorney on or before the 5th working day after
the date a petition has been served on the child. The juvenile probation officer shall inform
the child and the child's parents/guardians of the right to request a court
appointed attorney at the time of service.
The forms to request a court appointed attorney and to
determine eligibility, namely the Application Requesting Appointment of Counsel and
Acknowledgement Form, shall be provided to the child and/or the child's
parents/guardians at that time. These
forms will also notify the child and/or the child's parents/guardians that the
forms must be returned to the Juvenile Court Administration Division within three working days if they
intend to apply for a court appointed attorney.
E. If the
child is already on probation and a motion to modify is filed that seeks either
commitment to TJJD or commitment to the Travis County Post-Adjudication Secure Correctional Facility, or confinement in a post-adjudication secure correctional
facility for more than 30 days, the juvenile court, upon making a finding of
indigence, shall appoint an attorney on or before the 5th working day after the
date a motion to modify has been filed, provided however, that if the child is detained an attorney will be appointed prior to the initial detention hearing.
The probation officer shall inform the child and the child's
parents/guardians of the right to request a court appointed attorney at the
time of service. The forms to
request a court appointed attorney and to determine eligibility, namely the Application
Requesting Appointment of Counsel and Acknowledgement Form, shall be provided
to the child and/or the child's parents/guardians at that time. These forms will also notify the child and
child's parent/guardian that the forms must be returned to the Juvenile Court Administration Division
within three working days if they intend to apply for a court appointed
Attorney Selection Process
Sec. 5: Attorney Selection Method
accordance with Article 26.04, Code of Criminal Procedure, the juvenile court
in Travis County shall apply the following procedure to making court
appointments in juvenile cases. A
juvenile court or court's designee appointing an attorney in a juvenile case
shall give priority to appointment of the Travis County Juvenile Public Defender's Office to represent the juvenile. However, where the appointment of a public
defender is not appropriate due to a conflict of interest, or other good cause
as determined by the court, the court shall appoint an attorney by using a
public appointment list and implementing a system of rotation. The court shall appoint the attorney from
among the next five names on the Juvenile Court Attorney Appointment List for
juvenile cases, unless the court makes a finding of good cause on the record
for appointing an attorney out of order.
The list shall include all attorneys who applied to be on the
appointment list, who meet the qualification standards described above, and who
are placed on the Juvenile Court Attorney Appointment List by a majority vote of the Juvenile Board.
This procedure will apply to all cases except when the court is
authorized to use a different means of appointing an attorney to include the
exceptions noted in Article 26.04, Code of Criminal Procedure. In a capital murder case, if the court does not appoint the Travis County Juvenile Public Defender's Office to represent the juvenile, the court will make a finding of good cause for appointing other counsel on the record.
attorney found to have provided ineffective representation by an appellate
court shall be eligible to receive appointments without the prior approval of a
majority of the Juvenile Board.
attorney found not to be performing his or her duty in accordance with the
procedures, statutes, and applicable rules of ethics may be removed. The performance of the attorney may be
monitored to determine the attorney's effective and ethical performance of the
attorney's duties to the court, the child client and the juvenile justice
Indicators of performance measures that may be
monitored include but are not limited to:
Timeliness of contact after appointment;
Vigorous and independent representation of the child client;
Participation in juvenile law-related training activities and CLE; and
Effective and reasonable use of time and resources.
D. Procedure for Removing an Attorney from the Public Appointment List:
i. Placement or maintenance on the
appointment list is solely at the discretion of the Juvenile Board and the
Board may remove an attorney from the appointment list for good cause. Reasons for removal are set out in Section D.
iii of this Plan.
ii. An attorney on the appointment list
may request removal from the list in writing to the Juvenile Board. Removal from the list will not affect pending
cases to which the attorney is assigned absent approval of a motion for
substitution of counsel by the District Court judge assigned to hear juvenile
matters. Once removed from the list, an
attorney is ineligible for additional appointments. An attorney whose involuntary removal from
the public appointment list is contemplated shall have the right to challenge
the proposed removal as provided in the following section.
iii. The Juvenile Board will periodically
review the appointment list to determine whether attorneys on the list should
be removed from the list due to complaints or deficient performance. Any removal of an attorney from the appointment list must follow the procedures outlined in subsection iv. of this Section.
The Juvenile Board may remove an attorney
from the appointment list for good cause, including but not limited to one or more of the following:
Failing to satisfy the requirements of these guidelines, The Texas Fair Defense Act (Senate Bill
7, 77th Legislature) or House Bill 1318 (83rd Legislature), including violation of
time-sensitive contact and interview requirements;
Failing to appear on time in court;
Failing to respond promptly to communication from the court;
Failing to effectively represent appointed child clients due to lack of
preparation and diligence;
to conduct themselves in a professional and ethical manner; or
f) As determined by or at the discretion of the Juvenile Board, it is determined that removal is in the
best interest of the juvenile court attorney appointment program.
judge on the Juvenile Board may request removal of an attorney from the
appointment list. Any decision by the
Juvenile Board to remove an attorney will be made after consultation with the
Attorney Review Committee of the Juvenile Board, as designated from time to time by the
Juvenile Board. The sole purpose of the Attorney Review Committee is to consider the removal of an attorney(s) from the appointment list and to make such recommendations to the Juvenile Board. Members of the Attorney Review
Committee will not discuss the case outside of meetings of the Attorney Review Committee
until a final recommendation is made to the Juvenile Board.
attorney whose removal is contemplated may, at the discretion of the Attorney Review
Committee, be temporarily suspended from the list pending formal consideration
of the proposed removal by the Juvenile Board.
The attorney shall have the right to written notice of the contemplated
removal and an opportunity to be heard by the Attorney Review Committee.
E. Attorneys who become ineligible for appointment through the removal process will be removed from the
appointment list by the Coordinator at the direction of the Juvenile Board, and
may only be reinstated by a procedure approved by a majority vote of the Juvenile Board. The Coordinator will provide notice to any attorney
who is removed from the list within three working days of the date of removal.
Process and Reinstatement:
i. If the Attorney Review Committee recommends
removal of an attorney from the appointment list, the attorney will be provided
written notice of the reason(s) for the contemplated removal. The attorney must notify the Attorney Review Committee in writing within twenty days of any temporary suspension or notice
of recommended removal from the appointment list if the attorney wishes to be
heard by the Attorney Review Committee. After
the request to appear has been filed with the Attorney Review Committee through the
Coordinator, the attorney will be provided notice of an opportunity to appear
before the Attorney Review Committee and to present reasons, if any, why that removal
should not occur. The Attorney Review Committee
may also invite the attorney to appear before the entire Juvenile Board.
ii. Upon the recommendation of the Attorney Review
Committee, the Juvenile Board shall, by a majority vote, determine whether or not to remove an attorney from the appointment
list. The decision of the Juvenile Board
iii. If a suspension has
been imposed or if an attorney has been removed from the list, the Coordinator
may seek substitution of counsel in cases already assigned to the attorney who
has been suspended or who has been removed from the list by the Juvenile
Board. Unless immediately removed from
pending cases by the court or the Juvenile Board, an attorney removed from the
appointment list shall complete work on any pending cases to which the attorney
was assigned at the time of removal, and shall be entitled to reasonable
compensation for necessary services as determined by the court. If substitution of counsel is granted, the
attorney may submit a written claim for compensation for a reasonable fee for
necessary legal services performed prior to substitution of counsel. The claim should comply with Article 26.05,
Code of Criminal Procedure, and be accompanied by billing statements that
reflect the date the service was performed, the nature of each service and the
time spent for each service.
iv. If an attorney has
been removed from the appointment list, an application may be made to the
Juvenile Board for reinstatement. The
attorney must demonstrate that the deficiencies, if any, resulting in an
involuntary removal have been rectified and will not be repeated.
performance of the attorney may be monitored in order to determine the
attorney's effective and ethical performance of the attorney's duties to the
court, the child client and the juvenile justice system.
Fee and Expense Payment Process
Payment Process for Attorney Fees and Expenses
In consideration of reasonable compensation for
court appointed counsel, taking into account necessary overhead costs and the
availability of qualified attorneys willing to accept the stated rates, the
following guidelines shall be used to claim attorney's fees for court appointed
counsel in proceedings under Title 3, Family Code, hereinafter referenced as
juvenile cases, effective January 1, 2003, pursuant to Article 26.05, Code of
i. Court appointed counsel will be paid on an hourly rate in juvenile cases
until such time as the Juvenile Board may approve a change in the current
process to a fixed rate or daily rate fee schedule.
appointed counsel will be compensated for time actually required by an
appointment at an hourly rate in accordance with the fee schedule adopted by
the Juvenile Board and integrated as attachments to this Plan. See "Travis County Fee Schedule for
Appointed Counsel in Juvenile Cases," the "Policy on Indigent Attorney Fees for Civil, Family and Juvenile Cases," and the "Travis County Fee Guidelines for Appointed Counsel in Civil Cases."
itemized statement reflecting the date, service performed and time expended,
must be submitted with the Attorney Fee Compensation Claim form. Claims for payment should reflect time
expended to the nearest 1/10th of an hour.
i. Court appointed counsel shall be compensated for all necessary
expenses: i.e., collect or long distance
phone calls, copying expenses, postage, service of citation charges, auto
mileage (at IRS rate) outside of Travis County, paralegal or legal assistant
fees calculated at the hourly rate provided in the "Travis County Fee Schedule for Appointed Counsel in Juvenile Cases" and the "Policy on Indigent Attorney Fees for Civil, Family and Juvenile Cases."
major expenses, such as investigators or expert witnesses, will require written
approval by the court prior to the expense being incurred.
iii. Expenses incurred without prior court approval
may not be reimbursed. Such expenses
shall be reimbursed if the Court determines that they are reasonably necessary
and reasonably incurred upon presentation of a claim for reimbursement
i. Court appointed counsel should make every effort
to submit requests for payment promptly at the termination of a case. Attorney
Fee Compensation Claim forms shall be submitted no later than sixty (60) days
from any final order of the court (i.e. finding of not delinquent, disposition,
modification) or recessed adjudication order.
ii. Request for payment forms should not include the child's full name,
but rather only reference the child's initials to preserve confidentiality.
iii. Requests for payment should reflect time
expended to the nearest 1/10th of an hour.
appointed counsel must submit a form approved by the Juvenile Board for
itemizing the services performed. This
form should be submitted to the appropriate office as designated by the
Juvenile Board. An example of the form
is attached to this Plan as the Travis County Juvenile Board Attorney Fee
v. The juvenile court judge will either approve
the amount requested or enter written findings stating the amount of payment
that the judge approves and each reason for approving an amount different from
the requested amount.
vi. No payment shall be made until the form for
itemizing the services performed is submitted to the judge presiding over the
juvenile proceedings and the judge has approved the payment.
An attorney whose request for payment is disapproved
is entitled to a copy of the judge's findings for approving an amount different
from the requested amount. The attorney may appeal the disapproval by filing a
motion with the presiding judge of the Administrative Judicial Region, as
provided in Article 26.05(c), Code of Criminal Procedure.
Amendments to the Plan
A. The plan may be amended by a majority vote of the Travis
County Juvenile Board.
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