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Reynolds, Casen

November 19, 2021

File Number: 1182985 / Reynolds Case Number: JS520113 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT In the Superior Court of the State of Arizona In and For the County of Maricopa Juvenile Division IN THE MATTER OF Casen Reynolds Ashley Nicole Haith is appointed Counsel to represent Casen Reynolds Juvenile / Child in the above referenced case, per order of Commissioner Keelan Stern Bodow. Attorney Address: P O BOX 12762 Tempe, AZ 85284-0047 (602) 677-5485 Counsel is invited to review the legal file in person and obtain copies of any required documents. The next hearing in this case is scheduled on Monday, January 03, 2022, at 9:00 AM. This hearing will be held at Juvenile Southeast, 1810 S Lewis, 1st Floor, Room #5, Mesa, AZ 85210. "The Court utilizes a digital audio recording system to preserve the official record proceedings. If a party wants a court reporter to record a proceeding in this Court, a written request must be filed with the clerk of the court and a copy provided to the assigned judicial officer at least 72 hours before the commencement of the proceeding." All parties who have not previously filed with the Court a Financial Affidavit shall do so within ten (10) business days of the appointment of counsel. All parties through counsel shall keep the Court apprised of any change in financial status by filing a current Financial Affidavit. Parties who do not qualify as indigent may be assessed reasonable attorney's fees. The Juvenile Court will make reasonable accommodations for person with disabilities. To make a request for accommodation, please call (602) 372-6028 at least two days prior to your scheduled court hearing. *** PARENTS WITH APPOINTED COUNSEL *** "Failure to contact your attorney within thirty days of the date of this Notice may result in the Court discharging the attorney and may cause no attorney to be appointed in the future. In addition, failure to stay in contact with your attorney may be considered a lack of interest by you and may cause your attorney to be discharged by the Court." 11/19, 11/26, 12/3, 12/10, 2021 editions Arizona Capitol Times

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