Transcript Of Admission By Juvenile 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 Of Juvenile TRANSCRIPT OF ADMISSION BY JUVENILE G.S. 7B-2407 Date Of Birth Date Of Hearing Age The above-named juvenile, having offered an admission, and being first duly sworn, gives the following answers: Answers 1. Are you able to hear and understand me? (1) 2. Do you understand that in a hearing you have the right to not say anything about your charge(s) and that any statement you make may be used as evidence against you? (2) 3. What is the last grade you completed in school? (3) 4. (a) Are you now under the influence of alcohol, drugs, or any other intoxicants? (b) Are you now under the influence of medication prescribed to you or anyone else by a doctor? (c) When was the last time you used any alcohol, drugs or medicine? (4a) (4b) (4c) 5. (a) Have the charges been explained to you by your lawyer? (b) Do you understand what the charge(s) are? (c) Do you understand every part of each charge? (5a) (5b) (5c) 6. (a) Have you and your lawyer discussed the possible reasons why you might not be responsible for the charges? (b) Are you satisfied with your lawyer's help in your case? (6a) (6b) 7. Do you understand that you have the right to (a) deny the charges. (b) have the case heard before a judge in Juvenile Court. (c) ask witnesses questions during a hearing. (7a) (7b) (7c) If you sign this admission you give up these rights and your other constitutional rights relating to a hearing in this court. 8. Do you understand that you are admitting the following charge(s)? Offense(s) Date Of Offense (8) G.S. No. F/M Class 9. Do you understand that the most serious/severe disposition on the charge(s), given your delinquency history (9) level, is as follows: (a) Level 1 disposition, which could include, among other things, detention for up to five (5) 24-hour periods, an order that you cooperate with placement in a wilderness program, or placement in the custody of the county Department of Social Services. (b) Level 2 disposition, which could include, among other things, detention for up to fourteen (14) 24-hour periods, an order that you cooperate with placement in a wilderness program or a residential treatment facility, or house arrest. (c) Level 3 disposition, commitment to the Department of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention for placement in training school for a minimum of six (6) months and an absolute maximum of: (1) your eighteenth (18th) birthday. (2) your nineteenth (19th) birthday. (3) your twenty-first (21st) birthday. (10) 10. Do you now personally admit the charge(s)? AOC-J-410, Rev. 4/11 (Replaces J-505) © 2011 Administrative Office of the Courts (Over) American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Answers 11. Did you in fact commit the acts charged in the petition(s)? (11) 12. Have you agreed to enter this admission as a part of an arrangement with the prosecutor? Before you answer, I advise you that the Courts have approved arrangements involving admissions. If there is an arrangement, you may tell me truthfully without fear of any negative consequences from the court. (12) 13. The prosecutor and your lawyer have informed the Court that there have been prior discussions involving your admission. The following arrangement with respect to your admission has been entered into: (13a) (a) Is this correct as being your full arrangement? (b) Do you now personally accept this arrangement? (13b) 14. Other than this arrangement between you and the prosecutor, has anyone made any promises or threatened you in any way to cause you to admit these charges? (14) 15. Do you make this admission of your own free will understanding what you are doing? (15) 16. Do you have any questions about what has just been said to you or about anything else connected with your case? (16) I have read or heard read all of these questions and understand them. The answers are the ones I gave in open court and they are true and accurate. Neither my lawyer nor anyone else has told me to give false answers in order to have the Court accept my admission in this case. The terms and conditions of the arrangement involving admission, as stated above, if any, are accurate. SWORN AND SUBSCRIBED TO BEFORE ME Date Signature Date Signature Of Juvenile Name Of Juvenile (Type Or Print) Deputy CSC Assistant CSC Clerk Of Superior Court CERTIFICATION BY LAWYER FOR JUVENILE As lawyer for the juvenile named above, I hereby certify that the conditions stated above, if any, upon which the juvenile's admission was entered are correct and they are agreed to by the juvenile and myself. I further certify that I have fully explained to the juvenile the nature and elements of the charge(s) to which the juvenile is admitting. Date Name Of Lawyer For Juvenile (Type Or Print) Signature Of Lawyer For Juvenile CERTIFICATION BY PROSECUTOR As prosecutor for this Prosecutorial District, I hereby certify that the conditions stated above, if any, are the terms agreed to by the juvenile and the juvenile's lawyer and myself for the entry of the admission by the juvenile to the charge(s) in this case. Signature Of Prosecutor Date ACCEPTANCE OF ADMISSION Based on all the above and any additional inquiry the Court found to be necessary, the Court determines that: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. the juvenile understands his/her rights, the nature of the charges, and the most serious/severe disposition(s) that can be imposed; the juvenile is satisfied with his/her representation; there is a factual basis for the admission; the juvenile's admission is the product of the juvenile's informed choice; the juvenile is competent to stand trial and the admission is the informed choice of the juvenile and is made freely, voluntarily, and understandingly. The Court hereby accepts the juvenile's admission. Date Name Of Presiding Judge (Type Or Print) AOC-J-410, Side Two, Rev. 4/11 (Replaces J-505) © 2011 Administrative Office of the Courts Signature Of Presiding Judge American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com