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Findings And Orders For Child Approaching Majority-Delinquency JV-680 - California

Findings And Orders For Child Approaching Majority-Delinquency Form. This is a California form and can be used in Juvenile Judicial Council .
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JV-680 ATTORNEY OR PARTY WITHOUT ATTORNEY (Name, State Bar number, and address): FOR COURT USE ONLY TELEPHONE NO.: E-MAIL ADDRESS: ATTORNEY FOR (Name): FAX NO. (Optional): SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF STREET ADDRESS: MAILING ADDRESS: CITY AND ZIP CODE: BRANCH NAME: CHILD'S NAME: CASE NUMBER: FINDINGS AND ORDERS FOR CHILD APPROACHING MAJORITY--DELINQUENCY Judicial Officer: Court Clerk: Court Reporter: Bailiff: Other Court Personnel: Interpreter: Language: Use this form to document the juvenile court's findings and orders regarding the possible modification of jurisdiction over the child, from delinquency jurisdiction to transition jurisdiction or dependency jurisdiction, the child's plans for independent living, and his or her status as a nonminor dependent as stated in rule 5.812 of the California Rules of Court at the following hearings: 1. A review hearing under Welfare and Institutions Code section 727.2, held on behalf of a child approaching majority; 2. A review hearing under Welfare and Institutions Code section 727.2, during which a recommendation to terminate juvenile court jurisdiction is considered, held on behalf of a child more than 17 years, 5 months and less than 18 years of age; or 3. Any other hearing during which a recommendation to terminate juvenile court jurisdiction is considered, held on behalf of a child more than 17 years, 5 months and less than 18 years of age who is in a foster care placement or who was subject to an order for a foster care placement as a dependent when he or she was adjudged to be a ward. If this hearing is also a review hearing under Welfare and Institutions Code section 727.2 or section 727.3, the findings and orders required in that section and in rule 5.810 of the California Rules of Court must be made in addition to the findings and orders on this form. BASED ON THE REPORTS READ, CONSIDERED, AND ADMITTED INTO EVIDENCE AND ALL OTHER EVIDENCE RECEIVED, THE COURT FINDS AND ORDERS Findings 1. a. b. The child's rehabilitative goals have been met. Juvenile court jurisdiction over the child as a ward is no longer required. The facts supporting this finding were stated on the record. The child's rehabilitative goals have not been met. Continued juvenile court jurisdiction over the child as a ward is required. The facts supporting this finding were stated on the record. For a dual-status child for whom dependency jurisdiction was suspended under Welfare and Institutions Code section 241.1(e)(5)(A), a. a return to the child's home would be detrimental to the child, and juvenile court jurisdiction over the child as a dependent should be resumed. The facts supporting this finding were stated on the record. a return to the child's home would not be detrimental to the child, and juvenile court jurisdiction over the child as a dependent does not need to be resumed. The facts supporting this finding were stated on the record. Page 1 of 5 Form Approved for Optional Use Judicial Council of California JV-680 [Rev. January 1, 2014] 2. b. FINDINGS AND ORDERS FOR CHILD APPROACHING MAJORITY--DELINQUENCY Welfare and Institutions Code, ยงยง 450, 451, 607.2, 727.2(i)-(j), 778; Cal. Rules of Court, rule 5.812 www.courts.ca.gov American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com JV-680 CHILD'S NAME: CASE NUMBER: 3. For a dual-status child for whom the probation department was designated the lead agency under Welfare and Institutions Code section 241.1(e)(5)(B), a. b. a return to the child's home would be detrimental to the child, and juvenile court jurisdiction over the child as a dual-status child is no longer required. The facts supporting this finding were stated on the record. a return to the child's home would not be detrimental to the child, and juvenile court jurisdiction over the child as a dependent is not required. The facts supporting this finding were stated on the record. 4. For other than a dual status child, a. the child was not a court dependent at the time he or she was declared a ward. does not appear to come within the description of Welfare and Institutions The child does cannot be returned home safely. The facts supporting this finding Code section 300, and can were stated on the record. the child was subject to an order for a foster care placement as a dependent of the court at the time he or she does not remain within the description of a dependent child was adjudged a ward and does under Welfare and Institutions Code section 300, and a return to the home of his or her parents or legal guardian would not create a substantial risk of detriment to the child's safety, protection, or would physical or emotional well-being. The facts supporting the findings were stated on the record. reunification services the child's case guardianship. has have has not have not been terminated. b. c. d. e. been set for a hearing to terminate parental rights or establish a does not does The child setting as a nonminor dependent. intend to sign a mutual agreement for a placement in a supervised 5. The child's Transitional Independent Living Case Plan includes a plan for the child to satisfy at least one of the following conditions of eligibility to remain under juvenile court jurisdiction as a nonminor dependent: a. b. c. d. e. The child plans to continue attending high school or a high school equivalency certificate (GED) program. The child plans to attend a college, community college, or vocational education program. The child plans to take part in a program or activities to promote employment or overcome barriers to employment. The child plans to be employed at least 80 hours a month. The child may not be able to attend school, college, a vocational program, or a program or activities to promote employment or overcome barriers to employment or to work 80 hours per month due to a medical condition. 6. The child's Transitional Independent Living Case Plan includes an alternative plan for the child's transition to independence, including housing, education, employment, and a support system in the event the child does not remain under juvenile court jurisdiction after attaining 18 years of age. 7. For an Indian child, he or she does does not intend to continue to be considered an Indian child for the purposes of the ongoing application of the Indian Child Welfare Act to him or her as a nonminor dependent. 8. The child has an in-progress application pending for title XVI Supplemental Security Income benefits, and the continuation of juvenile court jurisdi
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