BY JERÉ ANTHONY
You’ve got the heart, you’ve put in the hours, and have made every effort possible to advocate for your CASA children but you still feel worried that your court report isn’t going to reflect all of the work that you’ve done. Many Advocates struggle with being intimidated by the idea of writing a court report, and for good reason. This single document is a summary of what you have seen, heard, acted on, and ultimately your opinion of the best interest of the child.
Have you ever wondered if you did it right or if you said the right things in the right way? Lucky for you, court report writing is about to become a little bit easier. Here are the top ten ways to write a better court report:
7/26/2018 03:47:59 am
I am curious as to why this article specifies the 'child' as the subject. Thank you.
4/29/2022 12:07:23 am
It says the child because this is written for Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), the organization that advocates for children in foster care.
I like that you pointed out that a good court report is filled with fact-based information. I think that is the right way because it will prevent any malice from the report. Hopefully, courts will ensure to hire a court reporter that really follows this practice to ensure that there will be no issues with the documents that they will produce.
11/4/2021 07:10:57 am
Thank you and it’s very helpful,I need a court report and I like it to be done in person.
8/31/2022 07:31:37 pm
It's interesting when you said that you should prioritize the most important thing when writing the report. Last night, my brother told me that his best friend was looking for a legal reporting service that can do solutions for their court reporting, and he asked if I have any idea what would be the best option to consider. Thanks to this informative article, I'll be sure to tell him that he can consult a legal reporting service as they can provide more information about their services.
Leave a Reply.