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Commencement of delinquency proceedings. AddedNo. July 1, ;No. May 30, Order of adjudication; noncriminal. B impose any civil disabilities sanctions ordinarily resulting from a conviction; or. C operate to disqualify the child in any civil service application or appointment. July 1, Transfer from other courts. The Family Division may transfer the proceeding to the Criminal Division pursuant to section of this title. Upon any such transfer, that court shall order that the defendant be taken forthwith to a place of detention deated by the Family Division of the Superior Court or to that court itself, or shall release the child to the custody of his or her parent or guardian or other person legally responsible for the child, to be brought before the Family Division of the Superior Court at a time deated by that court.

The Family Division of the Superior Court shall then proceed as provided in this chapter as if a petition alleging delinquency Adult searching online dating Vermont been filed with the court under section of this title on the effective date of such transfer. May 30, ;No. Transfer from Family Division of the Superior Court. The filing of the motion to transfer jurisdiction shall automatically stay the time for the hearing provided for in section of this title, which stay shall remain in effect until such time as the Family Division of the Superior Court may deny the motion to transfer jurisdiction.

If the Family Division orders transfer of jurisdiction, the child shall be treated as an adult. The State's Attorney shall commence criminal proceedings as in cases commenced against adults. The court shall not be required to make findings if the parties stipulate to a transfer pursuant to this subdivision. Upon acceptance of the stipulation to transfer jurisdiction, the court shall transfer the proceedings to the Criminal Division and the child shall be treated as an adult.

A conviction under this subsection shall be considered an adjudication of delinquency and not a conviction of crime, and the entire matter shall be treated as if it had remained in the Family Division throughout. In case of an acquittal for a matter specified in this subsection and in case of a transfer to the Family Division under this subsection, the court shall order the sealing of all applicable files and records of the court, and such order shall be carried out as provided in subsection e of this title.

A conviction under this subsection shall be considered an adjudication of delinquency and not a conviction of a crime, and the entire matter shall be treated as if it had remained in the Family Division throughout. January 1, ;No. Jurisdiction over adult defendant for crime committed when defendant was under 18 years of age.

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A before attaining 18 years of age, violated a crime listed in subsection a of this title. B after attaining 14 years of age but before attaining 18 years of age, committed an offense listed in 13 V. C after attaining 17 years of age but before attaining 18 years of age, committed any offense not listed in 13 V. A there is probable cause to believe that while the defendant was less than 18 years of age he or she committed an act listed in subsection a of this title. B there was good cause for not filing a delinquency petition in the Family Division when the defendant was less than 18 years of age.

C there has not been an unreasonable delay in filing the petition; and. D transfer would be in the interest of justice and public safety.

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B If the Family Division orders that the defendant be treated as a youthful offender, the court shall approve a disposition case plan and impose conditions of probation on the defendant. C If the Family Division finds after hearing that the defendant has violated the terms of his or her probation, the Family Division may:. A finds that there is probable cause to believe that, after attaining 14 years of age but before attaining 18 years of age, the defendant committed an offense listed in 13 V. B makes the findings required by subdivisions b 1 B and C of this section.

A the maturity of the defendant as determined by consideration of his or her age; home; environment; emotional, psychological, and physical maturity; and relationship with and adjustment to school and the community. B the extent and nature of the defendant's prior criminal record and record of delinquency.

C the nature of past treatment efforts and the nature of the defendant's response to them. D whether the alleged offense was committed in an aggressive, violent, premeditated, or willful manner.

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E the nature of any personal injuries resulting from or intended to be caused by the alleged act. F whether the protection of the community would be best served by transferring jurisdiction from the Family Division to the Criminal Division of the Superior Court. A finds that there is probable cause to believe that, after attaining 17 years of age but before attaining 18 years of age, the defendant committed an offense not listed in 13 V.

May 9, ; amendedNo. June 19, ;No. Fingerprints; photographs. Inspection of such files shall be limited to law enforcement officers only on a need-to-know basis unless otherwise authorized by the court in individual cases. Citation of to year-olds.

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Citation and notice to appear at preliminary hearing. If an officer has probable cause to believe that has committed or is committing a delinquent act and the circumstances do not warrant taking the child into custody pursuant to subchapter 3 of this chapter, the officer may issue a citation to appear before a judicial officer in lieu of arrest. who receives a citation described in this section shall appear at the Court deated in the citation at the time and date specified in the citation unless otherwise notified by the Court.

The officer who issues the citation shall also issue or cause to be issued a notice to the child's custodial parent, guardian, or custodian. The notice shall indicate the date, time, and place of the preliminary hearing and shall direct the responsible adult to appear at the hearing with the.

The citation to appear shall be dated and ed by the issuing officer and shall Adult searching online dating Vermont the child to appear before a judicial officer at a stated time and place. The citation shall state the name of the child to whom it is addressed, the delinquent act that the child is alleged to have committed, and a notice that the child is entitled to be represented by an attorney at the hearing and that an attorney will be appointed for the child if the parent or guardian is indigent and cannot afford an attorney.

The issuing officer shall the citation and file the citation and an affidavit as to probable cause with the State's Attorney. The petition shall contain the following:. A copy of the petition and affidavit shall be made available at the State's Attorney's office to all persons required to receive notice, including the noncustodial parent, as soon as possible after the petition is filed and at least five business days prior to the date set for the preliminary hearing. Failure to appear at preliminary hearing. If or custodial parent, guardian, or custodian fails to appear at the preliminary hearing as directed by a citation, the court may issue a summons to appear, an order to have the child brought to court, or a warrant as provided in section of this title.

The summons, order, or warrant shall be served by the law enforcement agency that cited or took the child into custody, or another law enforcement agency acting on its behalf. June 11, Preliminary hearing; risk assessment. A preliminary hearing shall be held at the time and date specified on the citation or as otherwise ordered by the court. If is taken into custody prior to the preliminary hearing, the preliminary hearing shall be at the time of the temporary care hearing. Counsel for the child shall be ased prior to the preliminary hearing.

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The State's Attorney shall consider the of the risk and needs screening in determining whether to file a charge. In lieu of filing a charge, the State's Attorney may refer directly to a youth-appropriate community-based provider that has been approved by the Department, which may include a community justice center or a balanced and restorative justice program.

Referral to a community-based provider pursuant to this subsection shall not require the State's Attorney to file a charge. If the community-based provider does not accept the case or if the child fails to complete the program in a manner deemed satisfactory and timely by the provider, the child's case shall return to the State's Attorney for charging Adult searching online dating Vermont. Based on the of the risk and needs screening, if presents a low to moderate risk to reoffend, the State's Attorney shall refer the child directly to court diversion unless the State's Attorney states on the record why a referral to court diversion would not serve the ends of justice.

If the court diversion program does not accept the case or if the child fails to complete the program in a manner deemed satisfactory and timely by the provider, the child's case shall return to the State's Attorney for charging consideration. At the preliminary hearing, the court shall appoint a guardian ad litem for the. The guardian ad litem may be the child's parent, guardian, or custodian. On its own motion or motion by the child's attorney, the court may appoint a guardian ad litem other than a parent, guardian, or custodian.

At the preliminary hearing, a denial shall be entered to the allegations of the petition, unless the juvenile, after adequate consultation with the guardian ad litem and counsel, enters an admission. If the juvenile enters an admission, the disposition case plan required by section of this title may be waived and the court may proceed directly to disposition, provided that the juvenile, the custodial parent, the State's Attorney, the guardian ad litem, and the Department agree.

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The court may order the child to abide by conditions of release pending a merits or disposition hearing. Timelines for pretrial and merits hearing. At the preliminary hearing, the Court shall set a date for a pretrial hearing on the petition.

The pretrial hearing shall be held within 15 days of the preliminary hearing. In the event there is no admission or dismissal at the pretrial hearing, the Court shall set the matter for a hearing to adjudicate the merits of the petition. Except for good cause shown, a merits hearing shall be held and merits adjudicated no later than 60 days from the date of the preliminary hearing. Constitutional protections for in delinquency proceedings. charged with a delinquent act need not be a witness against, nor otherwise incriminate, himself or herself.

Any extrajudicial statement, if constitutionally inadmissible in a criminal proceeding, shall not be used against the. Evidence illegally seized or obtained shall not be used over objection to establish the charge against the .

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