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43-247.01. Facilitated conferencing; confidential; privileged communications.(1) Pending the adjudication of any case, the court may provide the parties the opportunity to address issues involving the child's care and placement, services to the family, and other concerns through facilitated conferencing. Facilitated conferencing may include prehearing conferences and family group conferences. All discussions taking place during such facilitated conferences, including plea negotiations, shall be considered confidential and privileged communications, except communications required by mandatory reporting under section 28-711 for new allegations of child abuse or neglect which were not previously known or reported.(2) For purposes of this section:(a) Prehearing conference means a facilitated meeting prior to appearing in court and held to gain the cooperation of the parties, to offer services and treatment, and to develop a problem-solving atmosphere in the best interests of children involved in the juvenile court system; and(b) Family group conference means a facilitated collaborative process in which families work with extended family members and others to make decisions and develop plans for the best interests of children who are under the jurisdiction of the court. SourceLaws 2008, LB1014, § 38.Operative Date: July 18, 2008

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Nebraska > Chapter43 > 43-247_01

43-247.01. Facilitated conferencing; confidential; privileged communications.(1) Pending the adjudication of any case, the court may provide the parties the opportunity to address issues involving the child's care and placement, services to the family, and other concerns through facilitated conferencing. Facilitated conferencing may include prehearing conferences and family group conferences. All discussions taking place during such facilitated conferences, including plea negotiations, shall be considered confidential and privileged communications, except communications required by mandatory reporting under section 28-711 for new allegations of child abuse or neglect which were not previously known or reported.(2) For purposes of this section:(a) Prehearing conference means a facilitated meeting prior to appearing in court and held to gain the cooperation of the parties, to offer services and treatment, and to develop a problem-solving atmosphere in the best interests of children involved in the juvenile court system; and(b) Family group conference means a facilitated collaborative process in which families work with extended family members and others to make decisions and develop plans for the best interests of children who are under the jurisdiction of the court. SourceLaws 2008, LB1014, § 38.Operative Date: July 18, 2008

State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Nebraska > Chapter43 > 43-247_01

43-247.01. Facilitated conferencing; confidential; privileged communications.(1) Pending the adjudication of any case, the court may provide the parties the opportunity to address issues involving the child's care and placement, services to the family, and other concerns through facilitated conferencing. Facilitated conferencing may include prehearing conferences and family group conferences. All discussions taking place during such facilitated conferences, including plea negotiations, shall be considered confidential and privileged communications, except communications required by mandatory reporting under section 28-711 for new allegations of child abuse or neglect which were not previously known or reported.(2) For purposes of this section:(a) Prehearing conference means a facilitated meeting prior to appearing in court and held to gain the cooperation of the parties, to offer services and treatment, and to develop a problem-solving atmosphere in the best interests of children involved in the juvenile court system; and(b) Family group conference means a facilitated collaborative process in which families work with extended family members and others to make decisions and develop plans for the best interests of children who are under the jurisdiction of the court. SourceLaws 2008, LB1014, § 38.Operative Date: July 18, 2008

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