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Mon, August 5, 2013

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    Outagamie county officials are developing a program to aid judges in making decisions
about children who are abused or neglected.  The program is called Court-Appointed
Special Advocates, or CASA.   Under the program CASA would function as a Guardian
Ad Litem, but as a volunteer lay person.   You'll find the story online at whby.com, under
Audio Vault.  Judge John Des Jardins hopes the program can be up-and-running by 2014.

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