CACI Lawyer in Riverside, CA
David Wohl has extensive experience representing individuals accused of all types of battery and assault crimes. These include allegations of child abuse and domestic violence. Are you looking for an attorney to assist you with a Child Abuse Central Index (CACI) hearing? Get in touch with our office today.
Accused of neglecting or abusing a child?
The California Department of Justice maintains the CACI list. A local agency is responsible for determining what names go on the list. If you have discovered that your name is on this list, contact our office now.
Exercise your right to a grievance hearing and have a plan for counsel to represent you. Identifying a lawyer to represent you is strongly recommended.
What You Should Look For In A CACI Hearing Lawyer.
Your attorney should have significant experience representing individuals who may have faced the loss of their parental rights. You need an attorney who will aggressively fight for you in your CACI case.
The legislature created the Child Abuse Central Index in 1965.
This index is a tool for local and state agencies. The purpose is to protect the safety and health of children in California. Every child abuse investigation of child neglect and abuse gets reported. Prosecutors and law enforcement investigations rely on this reporting.
Details included in the CACI database consist of:
- Findings from an investigation
- The reporting agency that evaluated the incident
- The descriptions and names of the suspects
- The description of the victim included in the report
- The number or name assigned to the case
- The types of alleged abuse investigated
California’s Child Abuse Central Index
Using the California Department of Justice Child Abuse Central Index self-inquiry request form will reveal whether you are on the list. As an alternate option, send a notarized letter requesting the information.
As a CACI victim of child abuse or neglect that’s 18 years of age or older, you can have your name removed from the list. You can request this in writing to the Department of Justice and thus receive the necessary information.
If there were substantiated allegations against you, your name would remain on the CACI for the remainder of your life. If the claims were inconclusive, the name would stay in CACI for ten years.
GET HELP NOW
The only way to remove your name from the CACI is to request a grievance hearing. To get your name removed, you must identify an experienced CACI Attorney. A CACI Hearing is serious and a knowledgeable lawyer can help. Call and speak to David Wohl now: 951-384-7375