Category: URJP060

Rules of Juvenile Procedure – Comment Period Closed August 12, 2021

URJP005. Definitions. Amend. Updates statutory references affected by H.B. 285 Juvenile Code Recodification (2021) and updates the definition of “ungovernability” to align with H.B. 285.

URJP007. Warrants. Amend. Updates statutory references affected by H.B. 285 Juvenile Code Recodification (2021). Modifies the language in subsection (b)(6) regarding runaway minors to align with H.B. 285, adds a statutory reference to the authority a probation officer has to take into custody a minor who violates a condition of probation, and clarifies that “custody” is “temporary custody.”

URJP011. Time limits on detention orders. Amend. Updates statutory references affected by H.B. 285 Juvenile Code Recodification (2021) and adds language to address when diversion in lieu of detention agreements can terminate.

URJP030. Citations; applicable offenses and procedures; bail. Amend.  Updates statutory references affected by H.B. 285 Juvenile Code Recodification (2021). Clarifies a minor’s right to bail when the minor has been cited or is in a detention facility as well as that “court” refers to “juvenile court.”

URJP050. Presence at hearings. Amend. Updates statutory references affected by H.B. 285 Juvenile Code Recodification (2021). Modifies the language in subsection (f) to conform with proposed changes the Advisory Committee on the Rules of Civil Procedure made to Civil Rule 24 involving tribal intervention and participation in Indian Child Welfare Act cases.

URJP060. Judicial bypass procedure to authorize minor to consent to an abortion. Amend. Updates statutory references affected by H.B. 285 Juvenile Code Recodification (2021) and qualifies that the time frame in subsection (d) is business days.

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Bypass of Parental Consent

Rule of Juvenile Procedure
URJP 60. Judicial bypass procedure to authorize minor to consent to an abortion. New. Establishes an expedited procedure by which a minor can petition to bypass parental consent to an abortion. Further amendments approved by the Supreme Court shown by redline effective May 10, 2006. Approved as an expedited amendment under Rule 11-101(6)(F). Subject to further change after the comment period.
Rule of Appellate Procedure
URAP 60. Judicial bypass appeals. New. Establishes an expedited procedure by which a minor can appeal denial or dismissal of a petition to bypass parental consent to an abortion. Effective May 1, 2006. Approved as an expedited amendment under Rule 11-101(6)(F). Subject to further change after the comment period.

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