Form JC57 "Supplemental Order of Disposition (Delinquency Proceedings)" - 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 December 1, 2018;
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PCS CODE: SDR
Approved, SCAO
TCS CODE: SDH
STATE OF MICHIGAN
CASE NO.
PETITION NO.
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT - FAMILY DIVISION
SUPPLEMENTAL ORDER OF DISPOSITION
COUNTY
(DELINQUENCY PROCEEDINGS)
Court address
Court telephone no.
1. In the matter of
name(s), alias(es), DOB
2. Date of hearing:
Judge/Referee:
Bar no.
3.
Review
Hearing to extend jurisdiction
Probation violation hearing
4. As of the last order, dated
, the juvenile was placed with
in the temporary custody of the court.
5. Notice of hearing was served as required by law.
6. The juvenile appeared in court in person with the parent(s), guardian, legal custodian, or guardian ad litem, and
was represented by an attorney.
waived representation by an attorney.
THE COURT FINDS:
7. Return of the juvenile to his or her parents
would
would not
cause a substantial risk of harm to the juvenile
or society.
8. The juvenile
did
did not
violate probation. Supplemental petitions regarding the violation are dated:
.
9. Restitution has been made as ordered.
10. The juvenile has not been rehabilitated.
11. The juvenile presents a serious risk to public safety.
12. The case service plan has been successfully completed (for use when terminating jurisdiction).
13. The juvenile has reached an age no longer within the jurisdiction of the court (for use when terminating jurisdiction).
14. The juvenile must be placed in an institution outside Michigan because
a. institutional care is in the best interests of the juvenile,
b. equivalent facilities to meet the juvenile's needs are not available within Michigan, and
c. the placement will not cause undue hardship.
15. It is contrary to the welfare of the juvenile to remain in the home because:
See additional pages.
Do not write below this line - For court use only
Reference Note: The term “department” refers to the
Department of Health and Human Services.
MCL 712A.18, MCL 712A.18a, MCL 712A.18c, MCL 712A.18d, MCL 712A.19, MCL 712A.20, MCL 712A.24, MCR 3.944, MCR 3.945
SUPPLEMENTAL ORDER OF DISPOSITION (DELINQUENCY PROCEEDINGS)
JC 57 (12/18)
PCS CODE: SDR
Approved, SCAO
TCS CODE: SDH
STATE OF MICHIGAN
CASE NO.
PETITION NO.
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT - FAMILY DIVISION
SUPPLEMENTAL ORDER OF DISPOSITION
COUNTY
(DELINQUENCY PROCEEDINGS)
Court address
Court telephone no.
1. In the matter of
name(s), alias(es), DOB
2. Date of hearing:
Judge/Referee:
Bar no.
3.
Review
Hearing to extend jurisdiction
Probation violation hearing
4. As of the last order, dated
, the juvenile was placed with
in the temporary custody of the court.
5. Notice of hearing was served as required by law.
6. The juvenile appeared in court in person with the parent(s), guardian, legal custodian, or guardian ad litem, and
was represented by an attorney.
waived representation by an attorney.
THE COURT FINDS:
7. Return of the juvenile to his or her parents
would
would not
cause a substantial risk of harm to the juvenile
or society.
8. The juvenile
did
did not
violate probation. Supplemental petitions regarding the violation are dated:
.
9. Restitution has been made as ordered.
10. The juvenile has not been rehabilitated.
11. The juvenile presents a serious risk to public safety.
12. The case service plan has been successfully completed (for use when terminating jurisdiction).
13. The juvenile has reached an age no longer within the jurisdiction of the court (for use when terminating jurisdiction).
14. The juvenile must be placed in an institution outside Michigan because
a. institutional care is in the best interests of the juvenile,
b. equivalent facilities to meet the juvenile's needs are not available within Michigan, and
c. the placement will not cause undue hardship.
15. It is contrary to the welfare of the juvenile to remain in the home because:
See additional pages.
Do not write below this line - For court use only
Reference Note: The term “department” refers to the
Department of Health and Human Services.
MCL 712A.18, MCL 712A.18a, MCL 712A.18c, MCL 712A.18d, MCL 712A.19, MCL 712A.20, MCL 712A.24, MCR 3.944, MCR 3.945
SUPPLEMENTAL ORDER OF DISPOSITION (DELINQUENCY PROCEEDINGS)
JC 57 (12/18)
Supplemental Order of Disposition (12/18) Page
of
Case No.
Petition No.
16.
a. Reasonable efforts to prevent removal of the juvenile from the home were not made.
b. Reasonable efforts were made prior to the placement of the juvenile in foster or other out-of-home care, to prevent
or eliminate the need for removing the juvenile from his/her home. Those efforts include:
(Specify.)
17.
a. Reasonable efforts
were
were not made to preserve and reunify the family to make it possible for the
juvenile to safely return to the juvenile's home.
(Specify reasonable efforts below, and if applicable, the reasons for return.)
1) Reasonable efforts for reunification should be continued.
2) Those reasonable efforts were successful and the juvenile should be released to
.
Name(s) of parent(s), guardian, or legal custodian
The reasonable efforts include:
(Specify.)
b. Reasonable efforts to preserve and reunify the family to make it possible for the juvenile to safely return to the
juvenile's home are not required based on a prior order.
18. Reasonable efforts
have
have not
been made to finalize the court-approved permanency plan of
.
The reasonable efforts made to finalize this court-approved permanency plan include:
(Specify.)*
19. Other findings:
Note: If the juvenile had been previously removed from the home, was then returned to the home, and is being removed again through this
order, contrary to the welfare and reasonable efforts findings must be made even though the findings had been made at a prior hearing.
*MCL 712A.19a provides that the permanency planning hearing shall not be delayed beyond 12 months from the most recent date of
removal of the juvenile and every 12 months thereafter.
Supplemental Order of Disposition (12/18) Page
of
Case No.
Petition No.
IT IS ORDERED:
20. Prior orders remain in effect except as modified by this order.
21. The juvenile is returned to his or her parent(s)/guardian/legal custodian.
22. The juvenile shall remain in the
.
23. The juvenile's placement shall be changed to
.
24.
a. The juvenile is referred to the department for placement and care under MCL 400.55(h).
b. The juvenile is placed in and shall satisfactorily complete the juvenile boot camp program established by the
department. After satisfactorily completing the program, the juvenile shall be placed in the home of
and shall complete a minimum of 120 to a maximum of 180 days of intensive supervised probation in the community.
c. The juvenile is committed to the department under MCL 803.301 (Y.R.A.). The director of the department is
appointed special guardian to receive any benefits now due or to become due to the juvenile from the government
of the United States. Pending transfer to the department, temporary placement is as follows:
25. The juvenile is placed on probation. Probation terms are
attached.
specified in a separate order of probation.
26. The jurisdiction of this court is terminated in this case except that the court reserves the right to enforce payments of
support and attorney fees that have accrued up to and including the date of this order.
27. Jurisdiction is extended until the juvenile reaches the age of 21.
28. Previous reimbursement orders shall continue.
29. Other:
30. The next review hearing is
.
Date and time
31. IT IS RECOMMENDED:
(Use in cases where applicable.)
The juvenile shall remain in the
.
The juvenile's placement shall be changed to
.
Recommended by:
Referee signature
Date
Date
Judge
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