Form JC71 "Judgment of Sentence/Commitment to Jail (Designated Case)" - Michigan

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This is a legal form that was released by the Michigan Juvenile Court - a government authority operating within Michigan. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.

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  • Released on July 1, 2021;
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JIS Code: JOS
STATE OF MICHIGAN
CASE NO.
JUDGMENT OF SENTENCE
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT - FAMILY DIVISION
COMMITMENT TO JAIL
PETITION NO.
COUNTY
(DESIGNATED CASE)
JUDGE
ORI
Court address
Court telephone no.
MI-
CTN/TCN
CTN/TCN
SID
SID
DOB
In the matter of
First and last name(s), alias(es)
1. Date of hearing:
Judge:
THE COURT FINDS:
2. The juvenile was found guilty on
of the crime(s) as stated below.
Date
CHARGE CODE(S)
CONVICTED BY
DISMISSED
CRIME
MCL citation/PACC Code
Count
Plea* Court Jury
By*
*Insert “G” for guilty plea, “NC” for nolo contendere, or “MI” for guilty but mentally ill, “D” for dismissed by court, or “NP” for dismissed by prosecutor/plaintiff.
3. The offense adjudicated is abstractable to the Secretary of State under MCL 257.625(21)(a), MCL 257.732,
MCL 324.80131, MCL 324.81134(20), or MCL 324.82157.
The juvenile’s driver’s license number is
.
4. The licensing sanction is reportable to the Michigan State Police under MCL 257.625(21)(b).
Revoked.
Suspended
days.
Restricted
days.
5. HIV testing and sex offender registration are completed.
6. The juvenile’s biometric data has been collected according to MCL 28.243 for all offenses punishable by 93 days or
more.
7. A DNA sample is already on file with the Michigan State Police from a previous petition. No assessment is required.
8. Specific findings of fact and law, including findings regarding each factor in MCL 712A.18(1)(m), were made on the
record.
9. The best interests of the public would be served by sentencing the juvenile as an adult.
10. The juvenile used a firearm in committing the crime. Jail time should be credited toward required detention.
11. The order delaying sentence dated
should be revoked and sentence imposed.
Approved, SCAO
Distribute form to:
Form JC 71, Rev. 7/21
Court
MCL 12.206, MCL 712A.18g, MCL 712A.18i, MCL 712A.18j, MCL 712A.18k,
Jail
MCR 3.936, MCR 3.955
Michigan State Police CJIC
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Juvenile
Prosecutor
JIS Code: JOS
STATE OF MICHIGAN
CASE NO.
JUDGMENT OF SENTENCE
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT - FAMILY DIVISION
COMMITMENT TO JAIL
PETITION NO.
COUNTY
(DESIGNATED CASE)
JUDGE
ORI
Court address
Court telephone no.
MI-
CTN/TCN
CTN/TCN
SID
SID
DOB
In the matter of
First and last name(s), alias(es)
1. Date of hearing:
Judge:
THE COURT FINDS:
2. The juvenile was found guilty on
of the crime(s) as stated below.
Date
CHARGE CODE(S)
CONVICTED BY
DISMISSED
CRIME
MCL citation/PACC Code
Count
Plea* Court Jury
By*
*Insert “G” for guilty plea, “NC” for nolo contendere, or “MI” for guilty but mentally ill, “D” for dismissed by court, or “NP” for dismissed by prosecutor/plaintiff.
3. The offense adjudicated is abstractable to the Secretary of State under MCL 257.625(21)(a), MCL 257.732,
MCL 324.80131, MCL 324.81134(20), or MCL 324.82157.
The juvenile’s driver’s license number is
.
4. The licensing sanction is reportable to the Michigan State Police under MCL 257.625(21)(b).
Revoked.
Suspended
days.
Restricted
days.
5. HIV testing and sex offender registration are completed.
6. The juvenile’s biometric data has been collected according to MCL 28.243 for all offenses punishable by 93 days or
more.
7. A DNA sample is already on file with the Michigan State Police from a previous petition. No assessment is required.
8. Specific findings of fact and law, including findings regarding each factor in MCL 712A.18(1)(m), were made on the
record.
9. The best interests of the public would be served by sentencing the juvenile as an adult.
10. The juvenile used a firearm in committing the crime. Jail time should be credited toward required detention.
11. The order delaying sentence dated
should be revoked and sentence imposed.
Approved, SCAO
Distribute form to:
Form JC 71, Rev. 7/21
Court
MCL 12.206, MCL 712A.18g, MCL 712A.18i, MCL 712A.18j, MCL 712A.18k,
Jail
MCR 3.936, MCR 3.955
Michigan State Police CJIC
Page 1 of 2
Juvenile
Prosecutor
Judgment of Sentence/Commitment to Jail (Designated Case) (7/21)
Case No.
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IT IS ORDERED:
12. The juvenile is sentenced to jail as follows:
Report at
.
Time
Date Sentence
Sentenced
Credited
To Be Served
Release Authorized
Release Period
Count
Begins
Mos. Days Mos. Days Mos.
Days
for the Following Purpose
From
To
Upon payment of fine and costs....................
To work or seek work.....................................
For attendance at school...............................
For medical treatment....................................
Other:
13. The juvenile shall pay as follows:
(Specify fine and minimum state costs for each count, restitution, crime victim rights fund, reimbursement,
attorney fees, and other costs. If item 7 is not checked, specify DNA assessment. Parental reimbursement, if any, may be entered on a separate
order.)
The due date for payment is
. Fine, costs, and fees not paid within 56 days of the due date
are subject to a 20% late penalty on the amount owed. If the juvenile is not able to pay due to financial hardship, contact
the court immediately to request a payment alternative. MCR 6.425(E)(3).
The juvenile shall serve
days in jail for failure to pay on time, as part of a conditional sentence. Prior to
enforcement of jail time for failing to pay, the court must determine the juvenile’s ability to pay.
14. The juvenile shall be placed on probation for
months and abide by the terms of probation.
(See separate order or JC 74.)
15. The juvenile shall complete the following rehabilitative services.
Alcohol Highway Safety Education
Treatment (
outpatient,
inpatient,
residential,
mental health)
Specify:
16. Other:
Judge signature and date
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