6 edition of Kids Going to Court: found in the catalog.
2004 by KidsRights .
Written in English
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The booklet is for children ages 6 to 9 to use with helpfrom a parent, teacher, Kids Going to Court: book attorney. We hope you and your children enjoy the book and learn from it.
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A special thank you goes to the paralegals who contributed ideas for the content of the book and assisted in the editing process.
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Welcome From the Chief. On My Way to Court. Why Am I Here. Who Are the People in Court. How Should I Act in Court. I Am a Witness. What Is Juvenile Dependency. Mental Health Hearings. a guide to court orientation for child + youth witnesses 3.
introduction. Kids Going to Court: book booklet accompanies the video, Let’s Go to Court and is intended as a resource for Victim Service Workers and other professionals who are trained to assist child witnesses get ready to go to court. Children of all ages are called to testify in court.
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THINGS TO TELL KIDS ABOUT COURT • Tell the child what the court is and what the judge’s job is • Explain that the child is a “witness” and what a witness does • Tell the child who will be in the court room (prosecutor, judge, defense attorney, defendant, jury) THINGS TO SHOW THE CHILD ABOUT COURT • The actual court room if possibleFile Size: KB.
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