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CLE# 2012-004: CINA and CIVIL: The Differences, the Nuances and the Best Practice Tips

Credits: 3.0 General

Date: Tuesday, March 20, 2012


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Topics:

Agenda and Registration Form

8:30 a.m. Registration and continental breakfast

9:00 a.m. Child In Need of Aid Overview Presented by: Carla Raymond

• Overview of the process

• The different phases of a Child in Need of Aid case

• The different roles of the different parties.

• What is the OCS intake threshold and how does the system work

• What can be shared with a court order and what cannot

• Releases and having an OCS social worker testify

• More…

10:00 a.m. Working through the Petition and Incorporating the Civil Issues (Small group discussion)

Presented by: Carla Raymond, Chad Holt, Anita Alves, Judge Sen Tan

10:30 a.m. BREAK

10:45 a.m. Introduction of Roles  Panel members: Judge Sen Tan, Anita Alves, Linda Beecher, Chad Holt, Carla Raymond, Amanda Metivier, Lisa Nelson, Alicia Porter as Moderator

• Office of Public Advocacy

• Judicial

• Attorney General’s Office

• Public Defenders

• Others...  

11:30 a.m. BREAK

11:45 a.m. Practice Points Panel members: Judge Sen Tan, Anita Alves, Linda Beecher, Chad Holt, Carla Raymond, Amanda Metivier, Alicia Porter as Moderator

• How to deal with older youth/independent goals

• Top 10 things you need to know as a CINA practitioner

• Top 10 things you need to know for CINA/Civil interaction

• Best way to work with the CINA/Civil case- the overlap

• CINA is on time frames- there is no civil delay

• Cooperate with your civil attorney- CINA and civil need to work together –if joint issues, have a joint meeting

• Triangulation of CINA- advocating for your client for your civil custody case

• What are the resources available for civil component

• Who’s your attorney? Is there domestic violence, bankruptcy? CINA? Court appointed? Private litigator? Pro bono? Mental health court? Immigration?

12:30 p.m. Adjourn


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