WANTED: NEW STUFFED ANIMALS
The Riverside County Bar Association (RCBA) is collecting new stuffed animals for Riverside County foster children, to be donated to the Riverside Superior Court, Juvenile Division.
On average, sixty dependency cases are heard each day in the three juvenile courthouses (Riverside, Southwest and Indio). Foster children are ordered present at the detention hearing (the first hearing to establish the dependency case), as well as future hearings in which their attorneys require their presence. A minimum of sixty toys are provided weekly to the children who come to court.
Donation bins will be available at all section and general membership meetings, as well as in the RCBA office, during the month of November.
(Stuffed animals only; money donations cannot be accepted.)
We thank you for your generous donations
INSIDE THE COURT AND OUT:
California Supreme Court Justice Kathryn Mickle Werdegar (ret.)
in conversation with Journalist/Biographer Jim Newton
Wednesday, November 7, 2018
Justice Kathryn Mickle Werdegar served as a member of the California Supreme Court for 23 years, during which time she distinguished herself as a thoughtful and independent jurist. Justice Werdegar authored some of the court’s most significant opinions in the areas of criminal law, environmental law, labor law, antitrust law, and civil liberties, as well as several notable dissents, some later endorsed by the United States Supreme Court. Justice Werdegar retired from the court on August 31, 2017.
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