Court handles cases daily Monday thru
8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Copyright 2001-2010
Juvenile Court is located at 110 Regent
Street, Inglewood, California 90301.
The court is located in the City of
Inglewood and is situated across the
street from the adult court.
arrival at Inglewood Juvenile Court,
parents are required to check in the
lobby located down stairs near the
entrance. Parents and minors are required
to wait in the lobby area until your
childs case is called. Juvenile matters
at Inglewood Juvenile Court are confidential
and therefore, only interested parties
are allowed in the Inglewood Juvenile
Court room. The Inglewood Juvenile
Court bailiff will use a microphone
and announce over the speaker when
you may come up to the court room.
Juvenile Court has many options in resolving juvenile criminal cases
including but not limited to placing your child home on probation,
or ordering confinement at juvenile hall, juvenile camp, placement,
or the California Youth Authority.
School Liason - Inglewood Juvenile Court
Joe DeBaca is the school liason at Inglewood Juvenile Court. His telephone number is (310) 671-1122. Mr. DeBaca's job is to help the Inglewood Juvenile Court Judges verify attendance and school grades for children appearing before the court. For students with unexcused absences and excessive tardies, the Inglewood Juvenile Deputy District Attorney can decide to set a probation violation hearing. The Inglewood Juvenile Court Judges and Inglewood Juvenile Court Commissioners and Referees place a very high importance on children attending school. For many children with delinquent cases, it possibly means the only way a child can feel hope to succeed in life. For children with very poor grades, the parents should consider hiring a private tutor three times a week, and to write to their child's school principal requesting an IEP assessment be done. More often than not, many students have a learning disability that will affect the childs grades. If your child has a learning disability, your child should not be punished for not getting the help he needs in school thru an Individualized Education Plan. The burden, however, rests with the parents to requests the IEP assessment be done in writing to the principal.
Inglewood Juvenile Court Judges, Commissioners & Referees
Honorable Irma J. Brown, Inglewood Juvenile Court Judge, Dept 240 Judge Brown graduated from Loyola Marymount University in 1970 and Loyola University School of Law in 1973. She worked at the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles from 1975-77 and as a partner at Hudson, Sandoz & Brown from 1978 - 1982. She was appointed by Governor George Deukmejian to the Los Angeles Municipal Court in 1982 and then became a Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge in 2000 when both the Los Angeles Municipal and Superior Courts merged as one thru Unification. In 2010, Judge Brown is 62 years of age. She is a registered Democrat.
Honorable Stephanie Davis, Inglewood Juvenile Court Referee, Dept 241 Referee Davis earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree from Loyola Marymount University in 1982 and her law degree from Loyola University School of Law in 1986. She worked as a Staff attorney from 1986 -1988 at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, as a managing Partner at Davis & Davis from 1989- 1997 and as Appellate Attorney at the California Appelllate Project from 1993 - 2003. She served as a Judge Pro Tem from 1995 - 1997 and as a Referee from August 1, 1997 to the present.
Honorable Wayne Denton, Inglewood Juvenile Court Commissioner, Dept 242 Commissioner Denton graduated from UCLA in 1965 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science and with a law degree from Loyola University School of Law in 1972. He served as a Assistant District Attorney form 1974 - 1981and worked as an associate at Okamoto & Wasserman from 1981 - 1985. He went into private practice from 1985 - 1985 at his law firm Denton & Associates in Alhambra. He served two years in the U.S. Army as a medic from 1965 - 1967. He served as a Court Referee from 1989 - 1992 and then became a Los Angeles County Superior Court Commissioner on March 9, 1992. In 2010, he is 67 years old. He is a registered Democrat and is married to Susana Cheung.
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