A voice for children caught in the legal system

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A voice for children caught in the legal system

Volunteers advocate for youth who have been removed from their homes
Sixth Judicial District Judge William Herringer talks with, from left, Amy Johnson, Steve Johnson and Steve Krest, after they were sworn in as Court Appointed Special Advocates, or CASA. Barb Casey, executive director of CASA, and Margo Lee, board president of CASA, attended last week’s ceremony at the La Plata County Courthouse. The group took an oath to advocate for children caught in the legal system.
Sixth Judicial District Judge William Herringer congratulates from left, Steve Johnson, Amy Johnson and Steve Krest, after they were sworn in as Court Appointed Special Advocates, or CASA, which advocate for children caught in the legal system.
Steve Crest and three others are sworn in by 6th Judicial District Judge William Herringer last week at the La Plata County Courthouse to advocate for children caught in the legal system.

A voice for children caught in the legal system

Sixth Judicial District Judge William Herringer talks with, from left, Amy Johnson, Steve Johnson and Steve Krest, after they were sworn in as Court Appointed Special Advocates, or CASA. Barb Casey, executive director of CASA, and Margo Lee, board president of CASA, attended last week’s ceremony at the La Plata County Courthouse. The group took an oath to advocate for children caught in the legal system.
Sixth Judicial District Judge William Herringer congratulates from left, Steve Johnson, Amy Johnson and Steve Krest, after they were sworn in as Court Appointed Special Advocates, or CASA, which advocate for children caught in the legal system.
Steve Crest and three others are sworn in by 6th Judicial District Judge William Herringer last week at the La Plata County Courthouse to advocate for children caught in the legal system.
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