Chapter 103 - STANDARDS OF PRACTICE FOR ATTORNEYS WHO REPRESENT PARENTS IN CHILD PROTECTIVE CASES

  1. § 649-103-1 - SCOPE & PURPOSE
  2. § 649-103-2 - GENERAL DUTIES
  3. § 649-103-3 - RELATIONSHIPS WITH CLIENT
  4. § 649-103-4 - INVESTIGATION
  5. § 649-103-5 - INFORMAL DISCOVERY
  6. § 649-103-6 - FORMAL DISCOVERY
  7. § 649-103-7 - COURT PREPARATION
  8. § 649-103-8 - HEARINGS
  9. § 649-103-9 - POST HEARINGS/APPEALS

Current through 2022-14, April 6, 2022

Summary: This Chapter establishes standards of practice for Commission assigned counsel providing representation to parents in child protective proceedings. Theses standards are intended to guide assigned counsel in the conduct of their representation and for use by the Commission in evaluating, supervising and training assigned counsel.

Notes

EFFECTIVE DATE:
February 27, 2012 - filing 2012-54

STATUTORY AUTHORITY: 4 M.R.S. §1804(2)(C), § 180 )(2)(D), § 1804(2)(E), § 1804(3)(D), § 1804(4)(D)

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