HOLDING A JUVENILE IN CUSTODY
Taking a juvenile into custody.
Recording custodial interrogations.
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 juvenile detention facility.
Criteria for holding a juvenile in a county jail or a municipal lockup facility.
Hearing for juvenile in custody.
County and private juvenile facilities.
Contracts with private entities for juvenile detention facility services.
Contracts with Minnesota counties for juvenile detention facility services.
Contracts with department for juvenile detention facility services.
Statewide plan for juvenile 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.
Consultation with victims.
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.
Physical, psychological, mental or developmental examination.
Testing for HIV infection and certain diseases.
Waiting area for victims and witnesses.
Motions before trial.
Procedures at hearings.
Hearing upon the involuntary removal of a juvenile.
Notice of dismissal.
Delays, continuances and extensions.
Court reports; effect on victim.
Disposition of juvenile adjudged delinquent.
Delinquency adjudication; restriction on firearm possession.
Delinquency adjudication; restriction on body armor possession.
Disposition; truancy and school dropout ordinance violations.
Disposition of juvenile adjudged to have violated a civil law or an ordinance.
Disposition; certain intoxicating liquor, beer and drug violations.
Disposition of juvenile adjudged in need of protection or services.
Notice to victims of juveniles' acts.
Effect of judgment and disposition.
Duty of court to warn.
Change in placement.
Payment for services.
Payment for alcohol and other drug abuse services.
Payment for certain special treatment or care services.
Revision of dispositional orders.
Dismissal of certain dispositional orders.
Extension of orders.
Continuation of dispositional orders.
Access to certain information by substitute care provider.
PERMANENCY PLANNING; RECORDS
Disposition by court bars criminal proceeding.
JURISDICTION OVER PERSONS 17 OR OLDER
Jurisdiction over persons 17 or older.
Orders applicable to adults.
REHEARING AND APPEAL
Motion for postdisposition relief and appeal.
Authority of department.