Rule IX. Miscellaneous Rules

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Rule IX. Miscellaneous Rules

   A. Counsel and self-represented litigants shall inform the court’s bailiff if an interpreter is needed for any hearing so that arrangements can be made to obtain an appropriate interpreter.

   B. Where counsel for a parent has reason to believe that his or her client is incarcerated or otherwise detained, counsel shall timely contact the court’s bailiff to make suitable arrangements for the transportation of the parent to the hearing, which may necessitate the filing of a motion by counsel and obtaining an order for transport.

   C. Once juvenile court jurisdiction is terminated or the juvenile’s counsel withdraws or is no longer counsel, the juvenile’s counsel shall comply with Neb. Ct. R. § 6-1906 to ensure the destruction of any printed probation reports or evaluations and shall permanently delete all electronic copies of probation reports and/or evaluations.

Adopted March 31, 1995; amended May 31, 2023.