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Rule 801 Status offenses

Baldwin's Kentucky Revised Statutes Annotated48th Judicial Circuit - Franklin Family Court

Baldwin's Kentucky Revised Statutes Annotated
48th Judicial Circuit - Franklin Family Court
Rule 8: Status Offenses
KY RFFC Rule 801
Rule 801 Status offenses
A. In accordance with the provisions of FCRPP 37-44, the court shall have exclusive jurisdiction over juvenile status offenses including truancy, runaways, and children beyond control, unless the status offense(s) are accompanied by public offense(s).
B. In all status offense cases, the court may order a conference with the offender's parent(s) or legal guardian, to take place prior to formal proceedings. This conference may be used to discuss the offender's personal history, current familial situation, and any other information the court determines to be appropriate in light of the particular case.
C. In compliance with FCRPP 40(2), a petition alleging truancy shall, when filed, be accompanied by a AOC-JV-41, Affidavit and Truancy Evaluation Form which shall be for the aid of the court in determining the appropriate course of action upon disposition of the particular case.

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HISTORY: Effective May 12, 2004. Amended effective March 30, 2012.
Franklin Family Court Rule 801, KY R FRANKLIN FAM CT Rule 801
Current with amendments received through January 1, 2018
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