JUVENILE JUSTICE CODE
Title, legislative intent and purposes.
Custody of Indian children.
ORGANIZATION OF COURT
Time and place of court; absence or disability of judge; court of record.
Services for court.
Juvenile court commissioners.
Powers and duties of intake workers.
Powers and duties of disposition staff.
Additional sources of court services.
Duties of person furnishing services to court.
Representation of the interests of the public.
Power of the judge to act as intake worker.
Jurisdiction over juveniles alleged to be delinquent.
Jurisdiction over juveniles alleged to have violated civil laws or ordinances.
Jurisdiction over juveniles alleged to be in need of protection or services.
Referral of juveniles to proceedings under ch. 51
Jurisdiction over interstate compact proceedings.
Jurisdiction of other courts to determine legal custody.
Jurisdiction over traffic, boating, snowmobile and all-terrain vehicle violations and over civil law and ordinance violations.
Jurisdiction for criminal proceedings for juveniles 14 or older; waiver hearing.
Original adult court jurisdiction for criminal proceedings.
HOLDING A JUVENILE IN CUSTODY
Taking a juvenile into custody.
Release or delivery from custody.
Criteria for holding a juvenile in physical custody.
Places where a juvenile may be held in nonsecure custody.
Criteria for holding a juvenile in a secure detention facility.
Criteria for holding a juvenile in a county jail.
Hearing for juvenile in custody.
Establishment of secure detention facilities and shelter care facilities.
Contracts with Minnesota counties for secure detention facility services.
Statewide plan for secure detention facilities.
Guardian ad litem.
Civil law and ordinance proceedings initiated by citation in the court assigned to exercise jurisdiction under this chapter and ch. 48
Receipt of jurisdictional information; intake inquiry.
Basic rights: duty of intake worker.
Petition: authorization to file.
Petition; form and content.
Amendment of petition.
Service of summons or notice; expense.
Parents' contribution to cost of custody, sanctions and court and legal services.
Failure to obey summons; capias.
Substitution of judge.