LJuCR 12.1 LEGAL REPRESENTATION (a) A child may appear in a truancy proceeding without the appointment of a guardian ad litem. The Court may appoint a guardian ad litem if the facts of a specific case indicate that justice would be served thereby. Effective 9/1/99 (b) An attorney shall be appointed by the Court to represent a child when a school district requests a hearing alleging that the child is in contempt of a truancy order. Effective 9/1/99
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