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[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Caption: JANE HANSZEL, a volunteer guardian ad litem in the Sixth Judicial Circuit, was presented the 2006 Justice for Children Award by the Salvation Army of South Pinellas County at a recent luncheon.
About the Guardian Ad Litem Program: The volunteer Guardian ad Litem, makes independent recommendations to the court by focusing on the needs of each child.
Everything from the horror of a helpless boy's tortured life, to the child protection system that failed him, to the valiant attempts by a volunteer guardian ad litem to save him, to the trial strategies of prosecutors who focused on the emotional abuse and did not call a single cop to the witness stand, are captured in his book, No One Can Hurt Him Anymore, now available at bookstores.
As a volunteer guardian ad litem in the Sixth Judicial Circuit from February 2001 to May 2002, she prepared a report for and testified in one termination of parental rights trial.
I am a retired attorney and a volunteer guardian ad litem in Brevard County.
He is a big proponent of the volunteer guardian ad litem.
And Kreeger answered: "If we get to make the rules from scratch, I would like a well-trained volunteer guardian ad litem.