Advanced Juvenile Case Law Update


Advanced Juvenile Case Law Update

Presenter:  David Grimmett, Esq. 

For juvenile court practitioners, the world of D&N and TPR is ever changing.  Please join us in an advanced case law update where we will review new cases and how to use those from both the GAL and parents’ attorneys perspectives.  

This course has been approved for 1.37 hours of general CLE

Distance Learning courses require that the participant complete the registration and training pre-test, view the video presentations in their entirety, and then complete the post-test and evaluation.

  • Partial credit is not given for distance learning courses
  • An attorney may take each course only one time for CLE credit.

To continue, complete the registration form below, answer the pre-test questions and click on "SUBMIT".  You will be directed to the video presentations.

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CLE credit for Distance Learning courses is based on both content and time spent viewing the course. In order to receive CLE credit for the course, I must complete and submit the training pre-test, view the course in its entirety, and complete the training post-test with the CLE submission request. (The CIP can monitor the amount of time spent on viewing the course. Partial CLE credit will not be submitted.)  Please initial below to acknowledge the viewing requirement.



Please provide the appropriate answer to the following questions.

1. When representing a parent, you are allowed to withdraw on the day of trial if you do not have any evidence to support your lack of communication with the client?
2. When representing a parent, you may invoke the grandparent visitation statute when the following occurs:
3. A child can be found dependent and neglected based upon a parent pleading guilty to attempted aggravated child abuse alone without any other evidence.
4. A Guardian ad Litem has absolutely immunity when/if a child sues the guardian ad litem for malpractice.
5. You may only apply the unclean hands doctrine and missing witness rule in a jury trial?