Code of Judicial Administration – Comment Period Closed March 17, 2018

CJA03-0407  Amend.  Accounting.  Amends the membership of the Accounting Manual Review Committee to reflect current practice.

CJA04-0202.02  Amend.  Records Classification.  Allows a minor’s full name to be listed on any type of protective order, rather than initials only on adult protective orders and a full name on child protective orders.  Classifies affidavits of indigency as private record.

CJA04–0202.07  Amend.  Appeals.  Clarifies that a person may appeal a response that a record does not exist or is not maintained by the court and amends the timing for filing and responding to an appeal.

CJA04-0202.09  Amend. Miscellaneous.  Strikes language requiring filers to certify that all non-public information has been omitted or redacted from public records.

CJA04-0510.03  Amend.  Qualification of ADR Providers.  Updates the language of the rule to reflect the broadened scope of the new ADR ethics exam

CJA07-0303  Repeal.  Repeals the rule in its entirety due to changes in HB 239.

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  1. David Reay

    CJA04-0202.02. In the interest of protecting minors, I oppose this rule change. If there is a need to disclose the name of the minor, other avenues should be explored. It is unfair for a victim, particularly a minor, to have their name published on a public document.

    It seems that the subject of the protective order would know the minor, and if said subject or any other requires the full name of the minor there should be a special request form where the request can be made. This request form should require the party requesting the minor’s name to disclose their own identity and purpose of requesting the name.