Advisement of Rights
advise the child, parent, and guardian of their rights pursuant to
CRC 5.534, including the right to counsel and to assert the privilege against self-incrimination. [See Part 1, §§3.04, 3.05.] Also advise the parent or guardian
of [CRC 5.682(b)]:
right to a hearing on all issues raised by the petition;
right to confront and cross-examine all witnesses called to testify
against the parent or guardian;
right to use the court’s process to compel a witness to attend
on the parent’s or guardian’s behalf; and
- The right, if the child was removed, to have the child returned to the parent or guardian within two working days after a finding that the child does not come within the juvenile court's jurisdiction, unless the parent or guardian and the child welfare agency agree that the child will be released on a later date.
continue the hearing up to seven days to [WIC §353]:
counsel to familiarize himself or herself with the case; or
whether a parent, guardian, or adult counsel cannot afford counsel.