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(2) (a) A contract under sub. (1) shall require all of the following:
1. That the Minnesota secure detention facility meet or exceed the minimum requirements for the approval and operation of a Wisconsin secure detention facility established by the department by rules promulgated under s. 938.22 (2) (a) and that the Minnesota secure detention facility be approved by the department under s. 301.36.
2. That the Minnesota secure detention facility provide educational programming, health care and other care that is equivalent to that which a juvenile would receive if held in a Wisconsin secure detention facility.
(b) In addition to the requirements under par. (a), a contract under sub. (1) shall include all of the following:
1. The rates to be paid by the Wisconsin county for holding a juvenile in the Minnesota secure detention facility and the charges to be paid by the Wisconsin county for any extraordinary medical and dental expenses and any programming provided for a juvenile who is held in the Minnesota secure detention facility.
2. An agreement that the Wisconsin county retains jurisdiction over a juvenile who is held in the Minnesota secure detention facility.
3. An agreement that the Minnesota secure detention facility is subject to investigation and inspection by the department under s. 301.36.
4. Any other matters that are necessary and appropriate concerning the obligations, responsibilities and rights of the contracting counties and the department.
(3) The county board of supervisors of any county that operates a secure detention facility may contract with one or more counties in Minnesota for the use of the secure detention facility operated by the Wisconsin county for the holding of juveniles transferred to that secure detention facility by the Minnesota county.
352,74 Section 74. 938.24 (5) of the statutes, as created by 1995 Wisconsin Act 77, is amended to read:
938.24 (5) The intake worker shall recommend request that a petition be filed, enter into a deferred prosecution agreement or close the case within 40 days or sooner of receipt of referral information. If the case is closed or a deferred prosecution agreement is entered into, the district attorney, corporation counsel or other official under s. 938.09 shall receive written notice of such action. In addition, if a deferred prosecution agreement is entered into placing a juvenile in a youth village program as described in s. 118.42, the judge or juvenile court commissioner shall receive written notice of such action and, on receipt of that notice, shall enter an order requiring compliance with that agreement. A notice of deferred prosecution of an alleged delinquency case shall include a summary of the facts surrounding the allegation and a list of prior intake referrals and dispositions. If a law enforcement officer has made a recommendation concerning the juvenile, the intake worker shall forward this recommendation to the district attorney under s. 938.09. Notwithstanding the requirements of this section, the district attorney may initiate a delinquency petition under s. 938.25 within 20 days after notice that the case has been closed or that a deferred prosecution agreement has been entered into. The judge shall grant appropriate relief as provided in s. 938.315 (3) with respect to any such petition which is not referred or filed within the time limits specified within this subsection. Failure to object if a petition is not referred or filed within a time limit specified in this subsection waives that time limit.
352,75 Section 75. 938.245 (2) (a) 5. b. of the statutes, as created by 1995 Wisconsin Act 77, is amended to read:
938.245 (2) (a) 5. b. In addition to any other employment or duties permitted under ch. 103 or any rule or order under ch. 103, a juvenile who is under 14 years of age who is participating in a restitution project provided by the county may, for the purpose of making restitution, be employed or perform any duties under any circumstances in which a juvenile 14 or 15 years of age is permitted to be employed or to perform duties under ch. 103 or any rule or order under ch. 103. A juvenile who is participating in a restitution project provided by the county is exempt from the permit requirement under s. 103.70 (1).
352,76 Section 76. 938.245 (2g) of the statutes, as created by 1995 Wisconsin Act 77, is amended to read:
938.245 (2g) If the informal disposition deferred prosecution agreement is based on an allegation that the juvenile violated s. 943.017 and the juvenile has attained the minimum age at which a juvenile may be adjudicated delinquent, the informal disposition deferred prosecution agreement may require that the juvenile participate for not less than 10 hours nor more than 100 hours in a supervised work program under s. 938.34 (5g) or perform not less than 10 hours nor more than 100 hours of other community service work, except that if the juvenile has not attained 14 years of age the maximum number of hours is 40.
352,77 Section 77. 938.245 (4) of the statutes, as created by 1995 Wisconsin Act 77, is amended to read:
938.245 (4) The intake worker shall inform the juvenile and the juvenile's parent, guardian and legal custodian in writing of their right to request the court to terminate or, if the juvenile is subject to a deferred prosecution agreement under sub. (2) (a) 9., to request the court to terminate the deferred prosecution agreement at any time or to object at any time to the fact or terms of the deferred prosecution agreement. If an objection arises the intake worker may alter the terms of the agreement or recommend to the district attorney or corporation counsel that a petition be filed. If the deferred prosecution agreement is terminated the intake worker may recommend to the district attorney or corporation counsel that a petition be filed.
352,78 Section 78. 938.245 (5) of the statutes, as created by 1995 Wisconsin Act 77, is amended to read:
938.245 (5) A deferred prosecution agreement under sub. (2) (a) 1. to 8. may be terminated by the court upon the request of the juvenile, parent, guardian or legal custodian. A deferred prosecution agreement under sub. (2) (a) 9. may be terminated by the court upon the request of the juvenile, parent, guardian or legal custodian.
352,79 Section 79. 938.245 (7) (a) of the statutes, as created by 1995 Wisconsin Act 77, is amended to read:
938.245 (7) (a) If at any time during the period of a deferred prosecution agreement the intake worker determines that the obligations imposed under it are not being met, the intake worker may cancel the deferred prosecution agreement. Within 10 days after the cancellation of the deferred prosecution agreement, the intake worker shall notify the district attorney, corporation counsel or other official under s. 938.09 of the cancellation and recommend whether or not a petition should be filed. In delinquency cases, the district attorney may initiate a petition within 20 days after the date of the notice regardless of whether the intake worker has recommended that a petition be filed. The judge shall grant appropriate relief as provided in s. 938.315 (3) with respect to any petition which is not filed within the time limit specified in this subsection. Failure to object if a petition is not filed within the time limit specified in this subsection waives that time limit.
352,80 Section 80. 938.25 (2) (a) of the statutes, as created by 1995 Wisconsin Act 77, is amended to read:
938.25 (2) (a) The district attorney, corporation counsel or other appropriate official shall file the petition, close the case, or refer the case back to intake or, with notice to intake, the law enforcement agency investigating the case within 20 days after the date that the intake worker's recommendation request was filed. A referral back to intake or the law enforcement agency investigating the case may be made only when the district attorney, corporation counsel or other appropriate official decides not to file a petition or determines that further investigation is necessary. If the case is referred back to intake upon a decision not to file a petition, the intake worker shall close the case or enter into a deferred prosecution agreement within 20 days. If the case is referred back to intake or the law enforcement agency investigating the case for further investigation, the appropriate agency or person shall complete the investigation within 20 days. If another referral is made to the district attorney, corporation counsel or other appropriate official by intake or the law enforcement agency investigating the case, it shall be considered a new referral to which the time limits of this subsection shall apply. The time limits in this subsection may only be extended by a judge upon a showing of good cause under s. 938.315. If a petition is not filed within the time limitations set forth in this subsection and the court has not granted an extension, the petition shall be accompanied by a statement of reasons for the delay. The court shall grant appropriate relief as provided in s. 938.315 (3) with respect to a petition which is not filed within the time limits specified in this paragraph. Failure to object if a petition is not filed within the time limits specified in this paragraph waives those time limits.
352,81 Section 81. 938.25 (2) (b) of the statutes, as created by 1995 Wisconsin Act 77, is amended to read:
938.25 (2) (b) In delinquency cases where there has been a case closure or deferred prosecution agreement, the petition shall be filed within 20 days of receipt of the notice of closure or deferred prosecution. Failure to file within 20 days invalidates the petition and affirms the case closure or deferred prosecution agreement, except that the court shall grant appropriate relief as provided in s. 938.315 (3) with respect to a petition that is not filed within the time limit specified in this paragraph and that failure to object if a petition is not filed within the time limit specified in this paragraph waives that time limit. If a petition is filed within 20 days or the time permitted by the court under s. 938.315 (3), whichever is later, the district attorney shall notify the parties to the agreement and the intake worker as soon as possible.
352,81d Section 81d. 938.255 (1) (cm) of the statutes is created to read:
938.255 (1) (cm) If the petition is initiating proceedings other than proceedings under s. 938.12, 938.125 or 938.13 (12), whether the juvenile may be subject to the federal Indian child welfare act, 25 USC 1901 to 1963.
352,81g Section 81g. 938.255 (2) of the statutes, as created by 1995 Wisconsin Act 77, is amended to read:
938.255 (2) If any of the facts in sub. (1) (a), (b) or (c) to (cm) are not known or cannot be ascertained by the petitioner, the petition shall so state.
352,81m Section 81m. 938.275 (title) of the statutes, as created by 1995 Wisconsin Act 77, is amended to read:
938.275 (title) Parents' contribution to cost of custody, sanctions and court and legal services.
352,81n Section 81n. 938.275 (1) of the statutes, as created by 1995 Wisconsin Act 77, is renumbered 938.275 (1) (b) and amended to read:
938.275 (1) (b) If the court finds a juvenile to be delinquent under s. 938.12, in violation of a civil law or ordinance under s. 938.125 or in need of protection or services under s. 938.13, the court shall order the parents of the juvenile to contribute toward the expense of post-adjudication services to the juvenile, including any placement under s. 938.34 (3) (f), the proportion of the total amount which the court finds the parents are able to pay.
352,81p Section 81p. 938.275 (1) (a) of the statutes is created to read:
938.275 (1) (a) If a juvenile is held in custody under ss. 938.20 to 938.21, the court shall order the parents of the juvenile to contribute toward the expense of holding the juvenile in custody the proportion of the total amount which the court finds the parents are able to pay.
352,81r Section 81r. 938.275 (1) (c) of the statutes is created to read:
938.275 (1) (c) If the court imposes a sanction on a juvenile as specified in s. 938.355 (6) (d) or (6m) (a) or finds the juvenile in contempt under s. 938.355 (6g) (b) and orders a disposition under s. 938.34 or if the juvenile is placed in a secure detention facility or place of nonsecure custody under s. 938.355 (6d) or 938.534 (1), the court shall order the parents of the juvenile to contribute toward the cost of the sanction, disposition or placement the proportion of the total amount which the court finds the parents are able to pay.
352,82 Section 82. 938.29 (1g) of the statutes, as created by 1995 Wisconsin Act 77, is amended to read:
938.29 (1g) The juvenile may not request the substitution of a judge in a proceeding under s. 938.12 or 938.13 (12), and the juvenile and the juvenile's parent, guardian or legal custodian may not request the substitution of a judge in a proceeding under s. 938.13 (4), (6), (6m) or (7), if the judge assigned to the proceeding has entered a dispositional order with respect to the juvenile in a previous proceeding under s. 48.12, 1993 stats., s. 48.13 (4), (6), (6m), (7) or (12), 1993 stats., s. 938.12 or 938.13 (4), (6), (6m), (7) or (12) or the juvenile or the juvenile's parent, guardian or legal custodian has requested the substitution of a judge in a previous proceeding under s. 48.12, 1993 stats., s. 48.13 (4), (6), (6m), (7) or (12), 1993 stats., s. 938.12 or 938.13 (4), (6), (6m), (7) or (12).
352,83 Section 83. 938.299 (1) (ar) of the statutes, as created by 1995 Wisconsin Act 77, is amended to read:
938.299 (1) (ar) Notwithstanding par. (a), the general public may attend any hearing under this chapter relating to a juvenile who has been alleged to be delinquent for committing a violation that would be a felony if committed by an adult if the juvenile has been adjudicated delinquent previously and that previous adjudication remains of record and unreversed or relating to a juvenile who has been alleged to be delinquent for committing a violation specified in s. 939.62 (2m) (a) 1., 2. or 3. or a violation of s. 948.30 (1) or for conspiracy under s. 939.31 to commit any violation s.938.34 (4h) (a), except that the court shall exclude the general public from a hearing if the victim of a sexual assault objects and may, in its discretion, exclude the general public from any portion of a hearing which deals with sensitive personal matters of the juvenile or the juvenile's family and which does not relate to the act or alleged act committed by the juvenile or from any other hearing described in this paragraph. If the court excludes the general public from a hearing described in this paragraph, only those persons who are permitted under par. (a) or (am) to attend a hearing from which the general public is excluded may attend.
352,84 Section 84. 938.299 (1) (av) of the statutes is created to read:
938.299 (1) (av) If a public hearing is held under par. (a) or (ar), any person may disclose to anyone any information obtained as a result of that hearing.
352,85 Section 85. 938.299 (1) (b) of the statutes, as created by 1995 Wisconsin Act 77, is amended to read:
938.299 (1) (b) Except as provided in par. (av) and s. 938.396, any person who divulges any information which would identify the juvenile or the family involved in any proceeding under this subchapter is subject to ch. 785. This paragraph does not preclude a victim of the juvenile's act from commencing a civil action based upon the juvenile's act.
352,86 Section 86. 938.315 (1) (dm) of the statutes is created to read:
938.315 (1) (dm) Any period of delay resulting from court congestion or scheduling.
352,87 Section 87. 938.315 (3) of the statutes, as created by 1995 Wisconsin Act 77, is amended to read:
938.315 (3) Failure to comply with any time limit specified in this chapter does not deprive the court of personal or subject matter jurisdiction or of competency to exercise that jurisdiction. Failure to object to a period of delay or a continuance waives the time limit that is the subject of the period of delay or continuance. If a party does not comply with a time limit specified in this chapter, the court may grant a continuance under sub. (2), dismiss the petition with or without prejudice, release the juvenile from secure or nonsecure custody or from the terms of a custody order or grant any other relief that the court considers appropriate.
352,88 Section 88. 938.32 (1t) (a) 2. of the statutes, as created by 1995 Wisconsin Act 77, is amended to read:
938.32 (1t) (a) 2. In addition to any other employment or duties permitted under ch. 103 or any rule or order under ch. 103, a juvenile who is under 14 years of age who is participating in a restitution project provided by the county may, for the purpose of making restitution under the consent decree, be employed or perform any duties under any circumstances in which a juvenile 14 or 15 years of age is permitted to be employed or to perform duties under ch. 103 or any rule or order under ch. 103. A juvenile who is participating in a restitution project provided by the county is exempt from the permit requirement under s. 103.70 (1).
352,89 Section 89. 938.34 (4d) of the statutes is created to read:
938.34 (4d) Type 2 child caring institution placement. Place the juvenile in a Type 2 child caring institution under the supervision of the county department and subject to Type 2 status, as described in s. 938.539, but only if all of the following apply:
(a) The juvenile has been found to be delinquent for the commission of an act which if committed by an adult would be punishable by a sentence of 6 months or more.
(b) The juvenile has been found to be a danger to the public and to be in need of restrictive custodial treatment. If the judge determines that any of the conditions specified in sub. (4m) (b) 1., 2. or 3. applies, but that placement in the serious juvenile offender program under sub. (4h) or in a secured correctional facility under sub. (4m) would not be appropriate, that determination shall be prima facie evidence that the juvenile is a danger to the public and in need of restrictive custodial treatment under this subsection.
352,90 Section 90. 938.34 (4h) (a) of the statutes, as created by 1995 Wisconsin Act 77, is amended to read:
938.34 (4h) (a) The juvenile is 14 years of age or over and has been adjudicated delinquent for committing a violation of s. 939.31, 939.32 (1) (a), 940.03, 940.21, 940.225 (1), 940.305, 940.31, 941.327 (2) (b) 4., 943.02, 943.10 (2), 943.23 (1g), (1m) or (1r), 943.32 (2), 948.02 (1), 948.025, 948.30 (2), 948.35 (1) (b) or 948.36 or the juvenile is 10 years of age or over and has been adjudicated delinquent for attempting or committing a violation of s. 940.01 or for committing a violation of 940.02 or 940.05.
352,91 Section 91. 938.34 (5) (b) of the statutes, as created by 1995 Wisconsin Act 77, is amended to read:
938.34 (5) (b) In addition to any other employment or duties permitted under ch. 103 or any rule or order under ch. 103, a juvenile who is under 14 years of age who is participating in a restitution project provided by the county may, for the purpose of making restitution ordered by the court under this subsection, be employed or perform any duties under any circumstances in which a juvenile 14 or 15 years of age is permitted to be employed or perform duties under ch. 103 or any rule or order under ch. 103. A juvenile who is participating in a restitution project provided by the county is exempt from the permit requirement under s. 103.70 (1).
352,92 Section 92. 938.34 (5g) (c) of the statutes, as created by 1995 Wisconsin Act 77, is amended to read:
938.34 (5g) (c) In addition to any other employment or duties permitted under ch. 103 or any rule or order under ch. 103, a juvenile who is under 14 years of age who is participating in a supervised work program or other community service work may, for purposes of performing the supervised work or other community service work, be employed or perform any duties under any circumstances in which a juvenile 14 or 15 years of age is permitted to be employed or perform duties under ch. 103 or any rule or order under ch. 103. A juvenile who is participating in a supervised work program or other community service work is exempt from the permit requirement under s. 103.70 (1).
352,93 Section 93. 938.34 (8) of the statutes, as created by 1995 Wisconsin Act 77, is amended to read:
938.34 (8) Forfeiture. Impose a forfeiture based upon a determination that this disposition is in the best interest of the juvenile and in aid of rehabilitation. The maximum forfeiture that the court may impose under this subsection for a violation by a juvenile is the maximum amount of the fine that may be imposed on an adult for committing that violation or, if the violation is applicable only to a juvenile person under 18 years of age, $100. Any such order shall include a finding that the juvenile alone is financially able to pay the forfeiture and shall allow up to 12 months for payment. If the juvenile fails to pay the forfeiture, the court may vacate the forfeiture and order other alternatives under this section, in accordance with the conditions specified in this subchapter; or the court may suspend any license issued under ch. 29 for not less than 30 days nor more than 5 years, or suspend the juvenile's operating privilege as defined in s. 340.01 (40) for not less than 30 days nor more than 5 years. If the court suspends any license under this subsection, the clerk of the court shall immediately take possession of the suspended license and forward it to the department which issued the license, together with a notice of suspension clearly stating that the suspension is for failure to pay a forfeiture imposed by the court. If the forfeiture is paid during the period of suspension, the suspension shall be reduced to the time period which has already elapsed and the court shall immediately notify the department which shall then return the license to the juvenile.
352,94 Section 94. 938.34 (16) of the statutes, as created by 1995 Wisconsin Act 77, is amended to read:
938.34 (16) Stay of order. After ordering a disposition under this section, enter an additional order staying the execution of the dispositional order contingent on the juvenile's satisfactory compliance with any conditions that are specified in the dispositional order and explained to the juvenile by the court. If the juvenile violates a condition of his or her dispositional order, the agency supervising the juvenile shall notify the court and the court shall hold a hearing within 30 days after the filing of the notice to determine whether the original disposition order should be imposed, unless the juvenile signs a written waiver of any objections to imposing the original dispositional order and the court approves the waiver. If a hearing is held, the court shall notify the parent, juvenile, guardian and legal custodian, all parties bound by the original dispositional order and the district attorney or corporation counsel in the county in which the dispositional order was entered at the time and place of the hearing at least 3 days before the hearing. If all parties consent, the court may proceed immediately with the hearing. The court may not impose the original dispositional order unless the court finds to a reasonable certainty by the greater weight by a preponderance of the credible evidence that the juvenile has violated a condition of his or her dispositional order.
352,95 Section 95. 938.342 of the statutes, as created by 1995 Wisconsin Act 77, is amended to read:
938.342 Disposition; truancy and school dropout ordinance violations. (1) If the court finds that the juvenile a person under 18 years of age violated a municipal ordinance enacted under s. 118.163 (2), the court shall enter an order making one or more of the following dispositions if such a disposition is authorized by the municipal ordinance:
(a) Suspend the juvenile's person's operating privilege, as defined in s. 340.01 (40), for not less than 30 days nor more than 90 days. The court shall immediately take possession of the suspended license and forward it to the department of transportation together with a notice stating the reason for and duration of the suspension.
(b) Order the juvenile person to participate in counseling or a supervised work program or other community service work under s. 938.34 (5g).
(c) Order the juvenile person to remain at home except during hours in which the juvenile person is attending religious worship or a school program, including travel time required to get to and from the school program or place of worship. The order may permit a juvenile person to leave his or her home if the juvenile person is accompanied by a parent or guardian.
(d) Order the juvenile person to attend an educational program under s. 938.34 (7d).
(e) Order the department of industry, labor and job development to revoke, under s. 103.72, a permit under s. 103.70 authorizing the employment of the juvenile person.
(f) Order the juvenile person to be placed in a teen court program if all of the following conditions apply:
1. The chief judge of the judicial administrative district has approved a teen court program established in the juvenile's person's county of residence and the judge determines that participation in the teen court program will likely benefit the juvenile person and the community.
2. The juvenile person admits or pleads no contest in open court, with the juvenile's person's parent, guardian or legal custodian present, to the allegations that the juvenile person violated the municipal ordinance enacted under s. 118.163 (2).
3. The juvenile person has not successfully completed participation in a teen court program during the 2 years before the date of the alleged municipal ordinance violation.
(1m) (a) If the court finds that the juvenile person violated a municipal ordinance enacted under s. 118.163 (2), the court may, in addition to or instead of the dispositions under sub. (1), order the juvenile's person's parent, guardian or legal custodian to participate in counseling at the parent's, guardian's or legal custodian's own expense.
(b) No order to any person parent, guardian or legal custodian under par. (a) may be entered until the person parent, guardian or legal custodian is given an opportunity to be heard on the contemplated order of the court. The court shall cause notice of the time, place and purpose of the hearing to be served on the person parent, guardian or legal custodian personally at least 10 days before the date of the hearing. The procedure in these cases shall, as far as practicable, be the same as in other cases to the court. At the hearing, the person parent, guardian or legal custodian may be represented by counsel and may produce and cross-examine witnesses. Any person parent, guardian or legal custodian who fails to comply with any order issued by a court under par. (a) may be proceeded against for contempt of court.
(2) (a) Except as provided in par. (b), if the court finds that the juvenile a person is subject to a municipal ordinance enacted under s. 118.163 (2m), the court shall enter an order suspending the juvenile's person's operating privilege, as defined in s. 340.01 (40), until the juvenile person reaches the age of 18.
(b) The court may enter an order making any of the dispositions specified under sub. (1) if the court finds that suspension of the juvenile's person's operating privilege, as defined in s. 340.01 (40), until the juvenile person reaches the age of 18 would cause an undue hardship to the juvenile person or the juvenile's family.
352,96 Section 96. 938.343 (2) of the statutes, as created by 1995 Wisconsin Act 77, is amended to read:
938.343 (2) Impose a forfeiture not to exceed the maximum forfeiture that may be imposed on an adult for committing that violation or, if the violation is only applicable to a juvenile person under 18 years of age, $50. Any such order shall include a finding that the juvenile alone is financially able to pay and shall allow up to 12 months for the payment. If a juvenile fails to pay the forfeiture, the court may suspend any license issued under ch. 29 or suspend the juvenile's operating privilege as defined in s. 340.01 (40), for not less than 30 days nor more than 5 years. The court shall immediately take possession of the suspended license and forward it to the department which issued the license, together with the notice of suspension clearly stating that the suspension is for failure to pay a forfeiture imposed by the court. If the forfeiture is paid during the period of suspension, the court shall immediately notify the department, which will thereupon return the license to the person.
352,97 Section 97. 938.355 (4) of the statutes, as created by 1995 Wisconsin Act 77, is amended to read:
938.355 (4) Termination of orders. (a) Except as provided under par. (b) or s. 938.368, all orders under this section shall terminate at the end of one year unless the court specifies a shorter period of time. Except if s. 938.368 applies, extensions or revisions shall terminate at the end of one year unless the court specifies a shorter period of time. No extension under s. 938.365 of an original dispositional order may be granted for a juvenile who is subject to an order under s. 938.34 (4d), (4h), (4m) or (4n) if the juvenile is 17 years of age or older when the original dispositional order terminates. Any order made before the juvenile reaches the age of majority shall be effective for a time up to one year after its entry unless the court specifies a shorter period of time.
(b) An order under s. 938.34 (4d), (4h) or (4m) for which a juvenile has been adjudicated delinquent is subject to par. (a), except that the judge may make an order under s. 938.34 (4d) or (4m) apply for up to 2 years or until the juvenile's 18th birthdate, whichever is earlier and the judge shall make an order under s. 938.34 (4h) apply for 5 years, if the juvenile is adjudicated delinquent for committing an act that would be punishable as a Class B felony if committed by an adult, or until the juvenile reaches 25 years of age, if the juvenile is adjudicated delinquent for committing an act that would be punishable as a Class A felony if committed by an adult.
352,98 Section 98. 938.355 (6) (title) and (a) of the statutes, as created by 1995 Wisconsin Act 77, are amended to read:
938.355 (6) (title) Sanctions for violation of order; delinquency or civil law or ordinance violation. (a) If a juvenile who has been adjudged delinquent or to have violated a civil law or ordinance violates a condition specified in sub. (2) (b) 7., the court may impose on the juvenile any of the sanctions specified in par. (d) if, at the dispositional hearing under s. 938.335, the court explained the conditions to the juvenile and informed the juvenile of those possible sanctions or if before the violation the juvenile has acknowledged in writing that he or she has read, or has had read to him or her, those conditions and possible sanctions and that he or she understands those conditions and possible sanctions. Subject to sub. (6m), if a juvenile who has been found to be in need of protection or services under s. 938.13 violates a condition specified in sub. (2) (b) 7., the court may impose on the juvenile any of the sanctions specified in par. (d), other than placement in a secure detention facility or juvenile portion of a county jail, if, at the dispositional hearing under s. 938.335, the court explained the conditions to the juvenile and informed the juvenile of those possible sanctions or if before the violation the juvenile has acknowledged in writing that he or she has read, or has had read to him or her, those conditions and possible sanctions and that he or she understands those conditions and possible sanctions. The court may not order the sanction of placement in a place of nonsecure custody specified in par. (d) 1. unless the court finds that the agency primarily responsible for providing services for the juvenile has made reasonable efforts to prevent the removal of the juvenile from his or her home and that continued placement of the juvenile in his or her home is contrary to the welfare of the juvenile.
352,99m Section 99m. 938.355 (6) (an) of the statutes, as created by 1995 Wisconsin Act 77, is renumbered 938.355 (6) (an) 1. and amended to read:
938.355 (6) (an) 1. If a juvenile who has violated a municipal ordinance violates a condition of a dispositional order imposed by the municipal court, the municipal court may petition the court assigned to exercise jurisdiction under this chapter and ch. 48 to impose on the juvenile the sanction specified in par. (d) 1. or the sanction specified in par. (d) 3., with monitoring by an electronic monitoring system, if, at the time of the judgment the municipal court explained the conditions to the juvenile and informed the juvenile of those possible sanctions for a violation or if before the violation the juvenile has acknowledged in writing that he or she has read, or has had read to him or her, those conditions and possible sanctions and that he or she understands those conditions and possible sanctions. The petition shall contain a statement of whether the juvenile may be subject to the federal Indian child welfare act, 25 USC 1911 to 1963.
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