Juvenile Adjudication Order Delinquent Form. This is a North Carolina form and can be use in Juvenile Statewide.
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File No. STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA In The General Court Of Justice District Court Division County IN THE MATTER OF: Name And Address Of Juvenile JUVENILE ADJUDICATION ORDER (DELINQUENT) Juvenile's Date Of Birth Age Date Of Hearing G.S. 7B-2102(b), -2403 through -2412, -2502(a) This case was heard at a session for juvenile hearings on a Petition alleging the above named juvenile to be delinquent. The following persons were present at the hearing: NAME NAME RELATIONSHIP/TITLE RELATIONSHIP/TITLE FINDINGS For purposes of adjudication, the Court finds as follows: 1. The juvenile was represented by: Name Of Attorney(s) 2. The Court has jurisdiction over the parties and the subject matter. 3. Based on the evidence presented: a. The allegations in the petition have not been proven beyond a reasonable doubt. b. The juvenile admitted the allegation(s) contained in the petition in accordance with the procedures required by G.S. 7B-2407. c. The following facts have been proven beyond a reasonable doubt: (include General Statute numbers for offenses) AOC-J-460, New 7/99 1999 Administrative Office of the Courts (Over) 2001 © American LegalNet, Inc. CONCLUSIONS OF LAW The Court concludes as a matter of law that, in regard to the allegations in the petition(s) before the Court, the: 1. Juvenile is not within the jurisdiction of the Court as a delinquent juvenile. 2. Juvenile is within the jurisdiction of the Court as a delinquent juvenile and is subject to the Court's dispositional authority for having committed an offense classified under G.S. 7B-2508(a) as: (check most serious offense adjudicated on this date) a. violent (Class A through E felony). b. serious (Class F through I felony or Class A1 Misdemeanor). c. minor (Class 1, 2, or 3 misdemeanor). ORDER It is therefore ORDERED that the case: 1. be dismissed. 2. proceed to disposition. 3. be transferred to County for disposition. 4. be continued for disposition until (date) under the following conditions: The Court further ORDER(S): 5. Alcohol Testing [7B-2502(a)]. Because the juvenile has been adjudicated delinquent for committing an offense that involves the possession, use, sale, or delivery of alcohol, it is ORDERED that the juvenile be tested within thirty (30) days of this adjudication for the use of alcohol, and that the results of this initial test be used for evaluation and treatment purposes only. 6. Controlled Substance Testing [7B-2502(a)]. Because the juvenile has been adjudicated delinquent for committing an offense that involves the possession, use, sale, or delivery of a controlled substance, it is ORDERED that the juvenile be tested within thirty (30) days of this adjudication for the use of controlled substances, and that the results of this initial test be used for evaluation and treatment purposes only. 7. Fingerprints/Photograph [7B-2102(b)]. Because the juvenile has been adjudicated delinquent for committing an offense that would be a felony if committed by an adult and having been at least ten (10) years of age at the time of the offense, it is ORDERED that (name law enforcement officer or agency) fingerprint and photograph the juvenile unless the juvenile was fingerprinted and photographed pursuant to G.S. 7B-2102(a) and the fingerprints and photograph have not been destroyed. 8. Other: (specify) Date Name Of District Court Judge (Type Or Print) Signature Of District Court Judge AOC-J-460, Side Two, New 7/99 1999 Administrative Office of the Courts 2001 © American LegalNet, Inc.