Martha Camargo Sanchez
Martha Camargo Sanchez was born in the city of Toluca, State of Mexico, in the United Mexican States. She studied Law at the Autonomous University of the State of Mexico. She received a Diploma in Legal Argumentation from the Universidad Iberoamericana with a specialization in Administration of Justice in the Faculty of Law of the Autonomous University of the State, as well as a specialization in Administration of Criminal Justice of the Judicial Power of the State.
Sanchez has completed a Diploma in Alternate Media and the New Accusatory System taught by the Technical Secretariat of the Federal Government SETEC, as well as a Diploma in Restorative Justice with the Javeriana University of Cali, Colombia, Diploma in professionalization of facilitators and trainers in Restorative Justice imparted by the Institute of Mediation of Mexico SC and a Diploma as an Expert in Didactic Strategies and Competence Evaluation CIFE.
She studied for a Doctorate in Judicial Law at the Judicial School of the Superior Court of Justice of the State of Mexico and is developing a Doctoral Research Project for the creation of the Restorative Justice Model for children and adolescents in family conflicts, school conflicts and antisocial behavior Where there is Violence, also called Model 5 5 5, working with five elements, five institutions and five programs to heal, save and support children and adolescents who have been immersed in this type of conflict both as victims and victimizers.
Sanchez began her judicial career in 1989 and, through various opposition examinations, she was appointed Notifier, Planning Secretary, Criminal Judge of Small Amount in Toluca, and later appointed as Criminal Judge of First Instance in Tenancingo, Toluca, Tlalnepantla and Ecatepec until 2003 .
In 2003, she was appointed Magistrate in Criminal Matters on April 1, 2004 and in 2007, after completing the corresponding specialization courses, she was appointed Specialized Judge in Administration and Judicial Provision for Teenagers until June 28, 2010.
Subsequently, on June 29, 2010, she was appointed Magistrate Director of the State Center for Mediation, Conciliation and Restorative Justice of the Judicial Branch of the State of Mexico, where she practiced until February 16, 2015. She served in the jurisdictional role as Criminal Magistrate in the Second Collegiate Room of Texcoco and currently serves in the Unitarian Criminal Chamber of Tlalnepantla, State of Mexico.
She is part of the academic faculty of the Judicial School, CONATRIB (National Commission of Superior Courts of Justice of the Mexican Republic) and REJEM (Network of Judicial Schools of the Mexican Republic), University Center of Ixtlahuaca Toluca campus and Institute of Mediation AC Giving courses on the new Adversarial Oral Adversarial System in criminal matters, in the System of Justice for Adolescents and in Alternative Methods of Conflict Resolution in the State of Mexico, as well as in several States of the Mexican Republic and in Ecuador.
She has written several articles at the Local, National and International level on the Justice System for Adolescents and Restorative Justice among others and participated in the work The Public Power of the State of Mexico. She has participated as a Master Lecturer in several congresses in the States of the Mexican Republic, in Justice for Adolescents, as in Mediation, Conciliation and Restorative Justice.
At the International level, she has been an active member of the "International Association of Youth and Family Judges and Magistrates" and participated in the 18th International Congress of Youth and Family held in Hammamet, Tunisia, where she chaired the "The Media and Investigation of a Case " and presented a research paper titled “Conditional Suspension of Proceedings: An Opportunity to Rescue Our Teens. “
She was an exhibitor at the First World Congress of Restorative Juvenile Justice held in Lima, Peru in November 2009 with the presentation titled "Proposal to start a pilot project on Juvenile Restorative Justice in Mexico with support from the International Foundation