Juvenile Level 3 Disposition And Commitment 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's Date Of Birth JUVENILE LEVEL 3 DISPOSITION AND COMMITMENT ORDER Age (WHEN DELINQUENT OFFENSE IS THE BASIS OF THE COMMITMENT) Date Of Hearing G.S. 7B-2513 The following persons were present at the hearing: NAME RELATIONSHIP/TITLE NAME RELATIONSHIP/TITLE FINDINGS The most serious offense before the Court today, which provides the basis for commitment, is: Adjudication Date Offense (with statute number) F/M Class Based on the evidence presented the Court makes the following Findings of Fact: 1. When the offense listed above was committed, the juvenile was on probation.pursuant to an order entered on (date) . 2. The juvenile was adjudicated delinquent on the dates and for the offense(s) listed below: Adjudication Date Most Serious Offense Adjudicated (with statute number) F/M Class . 3. a. The juvenile's delinquency history points are: b. The juvenile's delinquency history level is low. medium. predisposition report risk assessment 4. The Court received and considered and incorporates the contents of the predisposition report risk assessment by reference. (If the report is incorporated, a copy of the report MUST be attached to the order.) high. needs assessment needs assessment 5. Other Findings: (State any findings regarding the seriousness of the offense(s); the need to hold the juvenile accountable; the importance of protecting the public; the degree of the juvenile's culpability; the juvenile's rehabilitative and treatment needs; and available and appropriate resources.) 6. The juvenile has received a Level 3 disposition previously. 7. The juvenile has four or more prior offenses of delinquency as defined in G.S. 7B-2508(g). 8. The juvenile is fourteen years of age or older, has been previously adjudicated delinquent for two or more felony offenses, and has been previously committed to a youth development center. 9. The juvenile has been adjudicated for a violent or serious offense and Level III is authorized by G.S. 7B-2508. AOC-J-462, Rev. 4/06 © 2006 Administrative Office of the Courts (Over) American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkflow.com CONCLUSIONS OF LAW The disposition ordered below is authorized by law and is an appropriate plan to meet the needs of the juvenile and to achieve the objective of the state in exercising jurisdiction. ORDER It is ORDERED that: 1. The juvenile be committed to the Department of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention for placement in a youth development center for a minimum period of six (6) months, and for a total period of commitment that is a. an indefinite commitment. b. a definite commitment of (specify time, up to two years) . (NOTE: This option is available only if finding of fact #8 was checked.) 2. The maximum time the juvenile may remain committed before the Department of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention either releases the juvenile or makes a determination that the juvenile's commitment should be extended is: NOTE: G.S. 7B-2513(a) requires the Court to make this Finding. The "maximum adult sentence" is the maximum term of imprisonment for which an adult in prior record Level VI for felonies or prior conviction Level III for misdemeanors could be sentenced for the same offense. a. six (6) months. (Check this block if the maximum adult sentence for the same offense is six (6) months or less.) . (Check this block, and fill in the maximum adult sentence, if the maximum adult sentence b. for the same offense would be greater than six (6) months but less than the juvenile's eighteenth (18th) birthday.) c. the juvenile's eighteenth (18th) birthday. (Check this block if the maximum adult sentence for the same offense would exceed the juvenile's eighteenth (18th) birthday.) NOTE: The commitment may be extended only upon filing of a Notice Of Extension. [G.S. 7B-2518.] 3. The juvenile's mother father guardian custodian comply with the Supplemental Order (AOC-J-463) directed to that person, which is attached and incorporated by reference. [G.S. 7B-2700 through -2704] 4. Other: Date Name Of District Court Judge Signature Of District Court Judge NOTE: In no event shall the juvenile's term of commitment to the Department of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention exceed: (1) the juvenile's 21st birthday, if the juvenile is committed for an offense that would be first-degree murder (G.S. 14-17), first-degree rape (G.S. 14-27.2), or first-degree sexual offense (G.S. 14-27.4) if committed by an adult. (2) the juvenile's 19th birthday, if the juvenile is committed for an offense that would be a Class B1, B2, C, D, or E felony (other than the felonies set forth in the preceding paragraph) if committed by an adult. (3) the juvenile's 18th birthday, if the juvenile is committed for an offense other than an offense that would be a Class A, B1, B2, C, D or E felony if committed by an adult. AOC-J-462, Side Two, Rev. 4/06 © 2006 Administrative Office of the Courts American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkflow.com