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Juvenile File

Updated: 20.08.2019 — 22:39

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  1. JUVENILE/FAMILY DIVISION. The Juvenile/ Family Division files judge/jury demands, motions, requests for rehearing, affidavits of paternity, petitions for review of referee recommendation and petitions for (minor) guardianship, as well as other family matters. APPEALS. The Clerk's Office is responsible for processing the Claim of Appeal.
  2. (c) "Official juvenile court file" means the legal file of the juvenile court containing the petition or information, motions, memorandums, briefs, notices of hearing or appearance, service documents, witness and exhibit lists, findings of the court and court orders, agreements, judgments, decrees, notices of appeal, as well as documents prepared by the clerk, including court minutes, letters.
  3. Division of Juvenile JusticeP.O. Box Elk Grove, CA Voice: () FAX: () Intake/Court Services(eligibility for DJJ placement; available rehabilitation .
  4. Juvenile case files can be viewed at this location. As juvenile matters are confidential, only the minor or parents may view the file. Photo identification will be required. If you wish to view a non-juvenile case file, you may do so at either the Honorable Howard G. Gibson Courthouse in Roseville or the Tahoe City Courthouse in Tahoe City.
  5. Blank copy of form JV Objection to Release of Juvenile Case File o The following individuals are to be served with the documented listed above: JUV Optional January 1, 2 5. Filing Documents with the Court o After you have served form JV, JV, and a blank JV, you will complete form.
  6. To apply for SIJ classification, you must have a valid court order issued by a juvenile court. Valid State Court Orders. For establishing eligibility for SIJ classification, a juvenile court is a court in the United States that has jurisdiction under state law to make judicial determinations about the dependency and/or custody and care of juveniles.
  7. To get information about your Juvenile Justice file (and find out if you have one), you must go to the Juvenile Justice Clerk's Office at the Juvenile Justice Courthouse in person with a picture ID. If you live out of town: You may send in a written request with your signature notarized, a copy of your drivers license and a self-addressed.
  8. The Juvenile Court is a division of the Monterey County Superior Court. It is made up of several types of proceedings such as: juvenile justice, truancy, dependency, and traffic/minor offenses. Juvenile Justice proceedings involve youth under the age of 18 alleged to have committed an act which would be a crime if committed by an adult.
  9. (3) If a juvenile court record has not already been sealed pursuant to this section, in any case in which information has been filed pursuant to RCW or a complaint has been filed with the prosecutor and referred for diversion pursuant to RCW , the person who is the subject of the information or complaint may file a motion with the court to have the court vacate its order and.

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