Adjudicatory hearing definition

Adjudicatory hearing means a hearing to determine:
Adjudicatory hearing means a hearing to determine whether the allegations of a petition filed pursuant to the provisions of Article III of the Oklahoma Juvenile Code are supported by the evidence and whether a juvenile should be adjudged to be a ward of the court;
Adjudicatory hearing means a hearing to determine whether the allegations of a petition pursuant to the provisions of Part 3 of Article III of this Code are supported by the evidence and whether a child should be adjudged to be a ward of the court;

Examples of Adjudicatory hearing in a sentence

  • Any other matter which may ex- pedite the hearing or aid in disposition of any issues raised therein.(e) Adjudicatory hearing procedures.

  • Adjudicatory hearing must be held within ten (10) days and a finding must be acted upon within thirty (30) days.

  • Adjudicatory hearing for the detained child will be held within ten (10) days unless the time is enlarged by order of the Court.

  • Adjudicatory hearing" means a hearing to determine whether the allegations of a petition under chapter 507 are supported by evidence that satisfies the standard of proof required.[PL 2013, c.

  • Child Not in Custody: Adjudicatory hearing as soon as practical but within 45 days of the filing of the petition.


More Definitions of Adjudicatory hearing

Adjudicatory hearing means a hearing by the court as
Adjudicatory hearing means a hearing to determine if the allegations of a petition are true.
Adjudicatory hearing means a hearing to determine whether the allegations of a petition in dependency and neglect are supported by the evidence.
Adjudicatory hearing means a hearing by the court as provided by Section 1-4-601 of this title;
Adjudicatory hearing means a hearing for the court to determine whether or not the facts support the allegations stated in the petition, as is provided for under s. 985.35 in delinquency cases.
Adjudicatory hearing means a hearing to determine whether a child is a juvenile traffic offender, delinquent, unruly, abused, neglected, or dependent or otherwise within the jurisdiction of the court.
Adjudicatory hearing means a trial-type proceeding conducted by the Department pursuant to the Department's Procedures for Contested Cases, as defined in R.61-72.101.