Form JV-644 "Jurisdiction Hearing - Juvenile Delinquency" - California

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JV-644
CASE NUMBER:
CHILD'S NAME:
JURISDICTION HEARING—JUVENILE DELINQUENCY
THE COURT MAKES THE FOLLOWING FINDINGS AND ORDERS:
1.
Notice was provided as required by law.
The child's date of birth is (specify):
2.
Reading and explanation of the petition and advisement of rights
3.
Provided by court.
a.
Waived by
child
counsel for the child.
b.
ADMISSION OR NO CONTEST PLEA (If items 4, 5 and 6 completed, go to item 15)
The child
4.
a.
admitted the petition
as filed
as amended (date):
b.
pleaded no contest to the petition
as filed
as amended (date):
The following allegations are dismissed:
5.
Count number:
Statutory violation:
The court has questioned the child and finds that the child understands the nature of the allegations and the direct
6.
consequences of admitting or pleading no contest to the allegations of the petition, and the child understands and waives
the hearing rights that were explained.
a.
The right to have a hearing.
b.
The right to cross examine and confront witnesses.
The right to subpoena witnesses and present a defense.
c.
The right to remain silent.
d.
e.
The child's counsel consents to the admission or plea of no contest.
f.
The admission or plea of no contest is freely and voluntarily made.
g.
There is a factual basis for the admission or plea of no contest.
h.
The court finds that the child was under 14 years old at the time of the offense but the child knew the
wrongfulness of his or her conduct at the time the offense was committed
The following allegations are admitted and found to be true:
i.
Enhancement
To be specified
Count
Statutory violation:
Misdemeanor Felony
(if applicable)
at disposition
number
j.
The court has considered whether the above offense(s) should be felonies or misdemeanors.
CONTESTED HEARING
The child denied the allegations of the petition and the court held a contested hearing.
7.
8.
Motion to exclude witnesses is
granted
denied.
9.
The names of the witnesses who testified and the evidence admitted are
on an attachment
as follows:
Witnesses:
Evidence:
Page 1 of 2
Welfare and Institutions Code,
JURISDICTION HEARING—JUVENILE DELINQUENCY
Form Approved for Optional Use
§§ 700, 701, 702;
Judicial Council of California
Cal. Rules of Court, rules 5.778, 5.780
JV-644 [Rev. January 1, 2012]
www.courts.ca.gov
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JV-644
CASE NUMBER:
CHILD'S NAME:
JURISDICTION HEARING—JUVENILE DELINQUENCY
THE COURT MAKES THE FOLLOWING FINDINGS AND ORDERS:
1.
Notice was provided as required by law.
The child's date of birth is (specify):
2.
Reading and explanation of the petition and advisement of rights
3.
Provided by court.
a.
Waived by
child
counsel for the child.
b.
ADMISSION OR NO CONTEST PLEA (If items 4, 5 and 6 completed, go to item 15)
The child
4.
a.
admitted the petition
as filed
as amended (date):
b.
pleaded no contest to the petition
as filed
as amended (date):
The following allegations are dismissed:
5.
Count number:
Statutory violation:
The court has questioned the child and finds that the child understands the nature of the allegations and the direct
6.
consequences of admitting or pleading no contest to the allegations of the petition, and the child understands and waives
the hearing rights that were explained.
a.
The right to have a hearing.
b.
The right to cross examine and confront witnesses.
The right to subpoena witnesses and present a defense.
c.
The right to remain silent.
d.
e.
The child's counsel consents to the admission or plea of no contest.
f.
The admission or plea of no contest is freely and voluntarily made.
g.
There is a factual basis for the admission or plea of no contest.
h.
The court finds that the child was under 14 years old at the time of the offense but the child knew the
wrongfulness of his or her conduct at the time the offense was committed
The following allegations are admitted and found to be true:
i.
Enhancement
To be specified
Count
Statutory violation:
Misdemeanor Felony
(if applicable)
at disposition
number
j.
The court has considered whether the above offense(s) should be felonies or misdemeanors.
CONTESTED HEARING
The child denied the allegations of the petition and the court held a contested hearing.
7.
8.
Motion to exclude witnesses is
granted
denied.
9.
The names of the witnesses who testified and the evidence admitted are
on an attachment
as follows:
Witnesses:
Evidence:
Page 1 of 2
Welfare and Institutions Code,
JURISDICTION HEARING—JUVENILE DELINQUENCY
Form Approved for Optional Use
§§ 700, 701, 702;
Judicial Council of California
Cal. Rules of Court, rules 5.778, 5.780
JV-644 [Rev. January 1, 2012]
www.courts.ca.gov
JV-644
CASE NUMBER:
CHILD'S NAME:
10.
The child was not represented by counsel and objections that could have been made are deemed made.
11.
The petition has not been proved beyond a reasonable doubt and is dismissed and all prior orders regarding the petition are
terminated.
12.
The allegations of the petition are found to be true beyond a reasonable doubt.
13.
Counts
as alleged in the petition are found to be true beyond a reasonable doubt.
14.
Counts
as alleged in the petition have not been proved beyond a reasonable
doubt and are dismissed.
15.
Counts
as amended are found to be true beyond a reasonable doubt.
AFTER PETITION IS SUSTAINED
16.
The child is described by section 602 of the Welfare and Institutions Code.
17.
The child's residence is in
County.
18.
County for disposition and further proceedings.
The matter is transferred to
Juvenile Court Transfer Orders (form JV-550) will be completed and transmitted immediately.
19.
The child
may remain at home
is released.
20.
Pending the disposition hearing, the child is detained on
home supervision
electronic monitoring program
in the home of (name, address, and relationship to child):
the terms of which are set forth in the attach Terms and Conditions.
21.
Based on the facts stated on the record, the child is detained in secure custody pending the disposition hearing.
22.
Based on the facts stated on the record, continuance in the child's home is contrary to the child's welfare.
23.
Based on the facts stated on the record, there are no available services that would prevent the need for further detention.
24.
Temporary placement and care is the responsibility of the probation officer.
25.
Reasonable efforts to prevent or eliminate the need for detention of the child
have
have not
been made.
26.
The probation officer is ordered to provide services that will assist the child and the family to be reunified.
27.
Probation is granted the authority to authorize medical, surgical, or dental care pursuant to Welfare and Institutions Code
section 739.
28.
The child waives his or her right under People v. Arbuckle to have the disposition heard by this judicial officer.
Other orders (specify):
29.
The next hearing will be:
30.
Date:
Time:
Dept:
Type of hearing:
Date:
Time:
Dept:
Type of hearing:
31.
The child is ordered to return to court on the above date(s) and time(s).
Child continued as ward.
32.
33. All prior orders not in conflict, including any terms and conditions of probation, remain in full force and effect.
34.
For the reasons stated on the record, the petition is dismissed
in the interests of justice
because the child does not need treatment or rehabilitation.
35.
All appointed counsel are relieved.
Date:
JUDICIAL OFFICER
Attachments:
Terms and Conditions form
Rights Waiver and Admission,
Witness and Evidence List
Other (specify):
JV-644 [Rev. January 1, 2012]
JURISDICTION HEARING—JUVENILE DELINQUENCY
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