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RULE 11-420. STET

West's Annotated Code of MarylandMaryland RulesEffective: January 1, 2022

West's Annotated Code of Maryland
Maryland Rules
Title 11. Juvenile Causes
Chapter 400. Delinquency and Citation Proceedings (Refs & Annos)
Effective: January 1, 2022
MD Rules, Rule 11-420
RULE 11-420. STET
(a) Entry of Stet. On motion of the State's Attorney, the court may postpone an adjudication indefinitely by ordering that a stet be entered on the docket. The respondent need not be present when the stet is ordered, but an adjudication may not be stayed under this Rule over the objection of the respondent.
(b) Notice. If neither the respondent nor the respondent's attorney is present when the stet is ordered, the clerk shall send notice to the respondent, if the respondent's whereabouts are known, and to the respondent's attorney and parent, guardian, or custodian. If notice is required, the clerk may send one notice listing all alleged delinquent acts that have been ordered stetted.
(c) Recall of Warrant or Detainer. When a stet is entered on the docket, the court shall order the clerk to take the action necessary to recall or revoke any outstanding warrant, writ, or detainer that could lead to the arrest or detention of the respondent because of the stetted alleged delinquent acts.
(d) Rescheduling of Adjudicatory Hearing. An adjudicatory hearing may be scheduled for an alleged delinquent act that has been stetted pursuant to this Rule at the request of the respondent or the State's Attorney made within one year from the date the stet was entered on the docket. The petition shall be deemed terminated by operation of law when the respondent reaches the age of 21 years.
Source: This Rule is new.

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[Adopted Nov. 9, 2021, eff. Jan. 1, 2022.]
MD Rules, Rule 11-420, MD R JUV CAUSES Rule 11-420
Current with amendments received through December 1, 2023. Some sections may be more current, see credits for details.
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