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- Criminal- Dependency/Termination (You may be asked to leave the courtroom if there is an objection by a party on the case)
The following hearings are closed to the public:
- At-Risk Youth- Child in Need of Services- Emancipation- Juvenile Harassment- Truancy
Under certain legal circumstances, the court has the authority to commit a juvenile to the Juvenile Rehabilitation Administration (JRA) for any length of time up to the age of 21. The court sets the maximum amount of time the juvenile will serve. During the period of confinement, the juvenile will be placed in a state institution or group home. The juvenile's placement is determined by the Juvenile Rehabilitation Administration (JRA), not the court. Following the juvenile's release from the institution/group home, parole services are provided for a specified period of time. See
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