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Acknowledgement For Inclusion On The Juvenile Abuse Neglect Dependency Court Appointed List(s) {WAKE-JUV-02}

This is a North Carolina form that can be used for Wake (District 10) within Local County.

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT FOR INCLUSION ON THE JUVENILE ABUSE/NEGLECT/DEPENDENCY COURT APPOINTED LIST(S) I, __________________________________, the undersigned applicant for admission to the Juvenile Abuse/Neglect/Dependency Court Appointed List(s) hereby acknowledge, understand and agree to follow certain policies and procedures which are, or may be, established for Juvenile Abuse/Neglect/Dependency Court including, but not limited to, the following: 1. An attorney on any of the approved list(s) for Abuse/Neglect/Dependency court shall file a "Notice of Unavailability" (WAKE-JUV(AND)-6) for periods of time he or she is unable to accept appointment(s) to be available for the first Nonsecure Custody hearing. If JUV-6 is not filed, then the attorney is responsible for securing a qualified replacement from the approved list(s). All attorneys appointed from the approved list(s) involved in a scheduled juvenile case shall be present and on time for calendar call unless excused in advance by the presiding judge. Juvenile Court cases take precedence over all other matters. When an attorney is authorized by the presiding judge to be absent from Abuse/Neglect/Dependency Court because of a conflict, the attorney shall keep the Abuse/Neglect/Dependency Courtroom Clerk informed of his or her location at all times during the absence, through the use of the Attorney Memo Board and by informing the courtroom clerk. An attorney's failure to attend Abuse/Neglect/Dependency Court proceedings or Child Planning Conferences could jeopardize further appointments. An attorney should make all reasonable efforts to prevent continuances. An attorney shall make diligent efforts to maintain sufficient contact with his or her client in order to provide effective representation. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. This is the _____ day of ________________, 20 ___. ____________________________________ Signature of Attorney WAKE-JUV (AND)-2 (REV 02/06) (PAGE 1 of 1) American LegalNet, Inc. www.USCourtForms.com

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