Santa Clara Child Abuse Central Index Grievance Hearing
You need a Santa Clara Child Abuse Central Index Grievance Hearing Attorney, and you’ve come to the right place. If you have general questions you’d like answered, go to our CACI FAQ page. For more information specifically about Santa Clara County, keep reading.
In 2015, the Santa Clara County Social Services Agency submitted the names of 115 people to the CACI, according to the California Department of Justice. And only 6 people successfully won their CACI Grievance Hearings. According to the Santa Clara Social Services Agency statistics from 2015, only 9% of the people who get placed on the CACI end up going through a CACI Grievance Hearing and winning.
Do you need a Santa Clara Child Abuse Central Index Grievance Hearing Attorney? Here’s your answer: not one of the people who lost their hearings in 2015 were represented by a lawyer. Everyone who lost tried to represent themselves. You can see what a bad idea it is to show up at the hearing without a lawyer who understands the process and knows how to win.
Does this mean you should give up? No! It means that you should put a premium on hiring a Santa Clara Child Abuse Central Index Grievance Hearing Attorney who is very familiar with the child abuse laws and child abuse reporting laws. Having a lawyer by your side who understands the process and has a long track record of success will be key to getting your name off the CACI.
People often want to know how long the grievance process will take. In Santa Clara County, in the year 2014, the shortest amount of time it took was just over 2 months. The longest amount of time any case to resolve was almost 10 months. In our experience, it’s quite common for a case to take 9-12 months. But, as you see, there is a great deal of flexibility, time-wise. A case can be made to resolve quickly or slowly, depending on the particular needs of the client and case.
Once your hearing is complete, you will not get the decision right away. The hearing officer writes a recommended decision and submits that recommendation to the head of SSA. Then that person either adopts or rejects the recommendation. In Santa Clara County, at least for the year 2014, it was typical for the results to come back within 3 weeks of the hearing.
This information applies for those who live in San Jose, Santa Clara, Milpitas, Los Altos, Saratoga, Gilroy, Cupertino, Mountain View, Saratoga, or any other city in Santa Clara County.
You deserve the best Santa Clara Child Abuse Central Index Grievance Hearing Attorney you can find. I’d be happy to discuss your case with you and talk about how we can help you get your name off the CACI. I invite you to call me at 619-792-1451 or send me an email.