Boone Co. Court Advocate Tracey Christner
What is a Court Advocate?
Similar to a Victim Advocate at Sylvia’s CAC, a Court Advocate is with you every step of the way, including in the courtroom, during any trials or pre-trial proceedings.
In Boone County, Tracey Christner is the Prosecutor’s Office Court Advocate.
What can a Court Advocate do for me?
A court advocate can do several things, including but not limited to:
- Help you and your legal representation, if any, request special accommodations while in court
- Help you find additional partners, programs, and services—either with or without a court order—to help you and your family
- Serve as your liaison with updates and proceedings at the Prosecutor’s Office and in court
- Show you how various programs, services, judicial proceedings, and other matters work
Note: A Court Advocate is not the same as the more commonly known “CASA” or Court Appointed Special Advocate.
How do I get a Court Advocate?
- In Boone County, call Tracey Christener at 765-482-6860