Category: URJP060

Rules 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. Original effective May 1, 2006. Amended effective May 10, 2006; January 31, 2007.
Supreme Court Order.

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Rules of Juvenile Procedure

URJP 16. Transfer of delinquency case for preliminary inquiry. Amend. Renumber according to Supreme Court protocol. Effective: November 1, 2006
URJP 34. Pre-trial hearing in non-delinquency cases. Amend. Technical amendment. Effective: November 1, 2006
URJP 37. Child protective orders. Amend. Technical amendment to conform to statute. Effective: November 1, 2006
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. The amendment shown is effective May 10, 2006. The balance of the rule is effective May 1, 2006. Subject to further changes after the comment period.
Supreme Court Order May 1, 2006
Supreme Court Order May 10, 2006
Supreme Court Order

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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.
Supreme Court Order May 1, 2006
Supreme Court Order May 10, 2006

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