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Parents, legal guardians, and custodians of a child in a CRA case have many rights, including:
You also have the right to ask the judge to dismiss the CRA case by filing a Motion to Dismiss in the Clerk Magistrate's office in the court where your case is heard.
Your child has the same rights that you have in a CRA case. In addition, your child has the right to be represented by counsel at all hearings. The judge will appoint an attorney to represent your child. This attorney won't be the same attorney who represents you. The attorney will speak to your child and represent your child at all hearings.
Whether your child is brought to court under Custodial Protection or a Warrant of Protective Custody or appears in court in response to a notice, or summons, your child may not be confined in shackles or similar restraints or court lock-up in connection with a CRA case.