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Child Justice, Inc., (Child Justice or CJI) provides a variety of legal services to protective parents who seek legal intervention to ensure the safety and well-being of their children. These services might include technical assistance to attorneys representing protective parents, amicus curiae support in appellate matters, pro bono placement with local law firms for unrepresented litigants and direct legal services. Direct legal services provided range from information and referral, brief advice, consultation or limited scope representation, civil and criminal case accompaniment, to full case representation in protective order and family law cases. In order to be considered for direct legal services from Child Justice, potential cases must be based in Maryland courts, and there must be supported claims of child abuse, child sexual abuse, and/or interpersonal violence. All legal services are provided free of charge.

Please be advised contact with Child Justice via this website does not create an attorney/client relationship. While Child Justice will do our best to protect your information, submission via this website may not be considered confidential or privileged. Communications via the internet are inherently insecure and may be compromised by third parties. You should not provide confidential information to anyone in our legal department in an electronic mail inquiry or otherwise until we have first entered into a legal services agreement. Further, if you submit phone numbers and/or electronic mail addresses, you are indicating that it is safe for a Child Justice staff member to contact you and leave messages. By submitting information through this website you are deemed to have understood and agreed to these terms and conditions.

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Child Justice, Inc., (Child Justice or CJI) provides a variety of legal services to protective parents who seek legal intervention to ensure the safety and well-being of their children. These services might include technical assistance to attorneys representing protective parents, amicus curiae support in appellate matters, pro bono placement with local law firms for unrepresented litigants and direct legal services. Direct legal services provided range from information and referral, brief advice, consultation or limited scope representation, civil and criminal case accompaniment, to full case representation in protective order and family law cases. In order to be considered for direct legal services from Child Justice, potential cases must be based in Maryland courts, and there must be supported claims of child abuse, child sexual abuse, and/or interpersonal violence. All legal services are provided free of charge.

Please be advised contact with Child Justice via this website does not create an attorney/client relationship. While Child Justice will do our best to protect your information, submission via this website may not be considered confidential or privileged. Communications via the internet are inherently insecure and may be compromised by third parties. You should not provide confidential information to anyone in our legal department in an electronic mail inquiry or otherwise until we have first entered into a legal services agreement. Further, if you submit phone numbers and/or electronic mail addresses, you are indicating that it is safe for a Child Justice staff member to contact you and leave messages. By submitting information through this website you are deemed to have understood and agreed to these terms and conditions.
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Child Justice, Inc., (Child Justice or CJI) provides a variety of legal services to protective parents who seek legal intervention to ensure the safety and well-being of their children. These services might include technical assistance to attorneys representing protective parents, amicus curiae support in appellate matters, pro bono placement with local law firms for unrepresented litigants and direct legal services. Direct legal services provided range from information and referral, brief advice, consultation or limited scope representation, civil and criminal case accompaniment, to full case representation in protective order and family law cases. In order to be considered for direct legal services from Child Justice, potential cases must be based in Maryland courts, and there must be supported claims of child abuse, child sexual abuse, and/or interpersonal violence. All legal services are provided free of charge.

Please be advised contact with Child Justice via this website does not create an attorney/client relationship. While Child Justice will do our best to protect your information, submission via this website may not be considered confidential or privileged. Communications via the internet are inherently insecure and may be compromised by third parties. You should not provide confidential information to anyone in our legal department in an electronic mail inquiry or otherwise until we have first entered into a legal services agreement. Further, if you submit phone numbers and/or electronic mail addresses, you are indicating that it is safe for a Child Justice staff member to contact you and leave messages. By submitting information through this website you are deemed to have understood and agreed to these terms and conditions.
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Child Justice, Inc., (Child Justice or CJI) provides a variety of legal services to protective parents who seek legal intervention to ensure the safety and well-being of their children. These services might include technical assistance to attorneys representing protective parents, amicus curiae support in appellate matters, pro bono placement with local law firms for unrepresented litigants and direct legal services. Direct legal services provided range from information and referral, brief advice, consultation or limited scope representation, civil and criminal case accompaniment, to full case representation in protective order and family law cases. In order to be considered for direct legal services from Child Justice, potential cases must be based in Maryland courts, and there must be supported claims of child abuse, child sexual abuse, and/or interpersonal violence. All legal services are provided free of charge.

Please be advised contact with Child Justice via this website does not create an attorney/client relationship. While Child Justice will do our best to protect your information, submission via this website may not be considered confidential or privileged. Communications via the internet are inherently insecure and may be compromised by third parties. You should not provide confidential information to anyone in our legal department in an electronic mail inquiry or otherwise until we have first entered into a legal services agreement. Further, if you submit phone numbers and/or electronic mail addresses, you are indicating that it is safe for a Child Justice staff member to contact you and leave messages. By submitting information through this website you are deemed to have understood and agreed to these terms and conditions.
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