What are the legal rights of my child in Juvenile Court?
The Supreme Court ruled that juveniles have the right to know the allegations against them, to have legal representation, to question witnesses, protect themselves against self-incrimination, have a transcript of court proceedings on request and have the right to appeal.

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1. What are the legal rights of my child in Juvenile Court?
2. What are the legal rights of parents in juvenile cases?
3. Why does my child’s attorney tell me he/she cannot speak to me when I am paying for the representation?
4. When do parents need their own lawyer or representation?
5. What costs will I be financially responsible to pay?
6. What can the Juvenile Justice system do to help me with my child’s problems?
7. Who sets up community service work ordered by the court?