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1. How do I contact the Court Clerk’s Office for Juvenile Court/Department 12?
2. If I am a divorced parent, and my child’s mother/father wants to visit as well, how long will the visit last?
3. Can my child’s stepparent visit at the Juvenile Detention Facility?
4. Can my child have his/her homework and books from school during their incarceration at the Juvenile Detention Facility?
5. Can I mail my child letters while they are in the Juvenile Detention Facility?
6. If I mail my child a letter, is it read and inspected before it is given to him/her?
7. Can I send my child photographs at the Juvenile Detention Facility?
8. Can I send my child packages at the Juvenile Detention Facility?
9. My child has never been involved in the Judicial System or had contact with law enforcement before. She/he is now acting incorrigible and acting out. Is there anything I can do?
10. Are counseling services available to my child while they are incarcerated in the Juvenile Detention Facility?
11. My child has scheduled medical and dental appointments, as well as medical and dental conditions that need attention. Who can I contact regarding these problems?
12. Can my child make phone calls to me while they are incarcerated?
13. Can my child write and send letters while incarcerated?
14. Where are the Probation Department offices located?
15. Does the commitment or placement of my child outside of my home cost me any money?
16. I received a bill for the care and support costs of my child in Juvenile Detention Facility. Since I have joint custody of this child with my ex-spouse, do I only have to pay half the bill?
17. I can't afford the billing I received for the care and support costs of my child in the Juvenile Detention Facility. What can I do?
18. My child is on probation with a condition for search and seizure. Can you search him/her 24 hours a day, even at a friend’s house?