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Order Waiving Juvenile Court Jurisdiction JD-1723 - Wisconsin
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For Official Use STATE OF WISCONSIN, CIRCUIT COURT, IN THE INTEREST OF COUNTY Order Waiving Juvenile Court Jurisdiction Name Case No. Date of Birth The waiver hearing was held on , which is the effective date of this order. THE COURT FINDS: 1. 2. 3a. 3b. A petition alleging delinquency and a petition for waiver were filed. This matter has prosecutive merit. The petition for waiver was contested and relevant testimony taken. The petition for waiver was not contested. The juvenile's decision to not contest is a knowing, intelligent and voluntary decision. 3c. The juvenile failed to appear for the waiver hearing and the hearing was conducted in absentia. 4. The court has reviewed the petition(s), testimony (if any) and court reports (if any), as they relate to the following factors. The court has stated on the record the relevancy of these factors to the decision on the waiver. These findings are incorporated into this order. Personality and prior record of juvenile: · Whether the juvenile is mentally ill or developmentally disabled · Whether the juvenile court has previously waived its jurisdiction and, if so, whether the juvenile was convicted · Whether the juvenile has been previously found delinquent · Whether the adult conviction or delinquency involved the infliction of serious bodily injury · The juvenile's motives, attitude and pattern of living · The juvenile's physical and mental maturity · The juvenile's prior offenses · The juvenile's prior treatment history · The juvenile's potential for responding to future treatment Type and seriousness of offense: · Whether the crime was against persons and/or property · Whether the crime was violent, aggressive, premeditated or willful, and has prosecutive merit Adequacy and suitability of juvenile system (where applicable, mental health system): · Whether there are facilities or services available for the treatment of the juvenile and the protection of the public · Whether the juvenile is suitable for placement in the serious juvenile offender program or the adult intensive sanctions program · Whether there are other persons who are alleged to be involved with the same act or offense, making it desirable for trial and disposition in one court IT IS ORDERED: 1a. The waiver petition is granted because it is contrary to the best interests of the juvenile or the public for the circuit court with juvenile jurisdiction to hear this case. This matter is referred to the district attorney for appropriate criminal proceedings. 1b. The waiver petition is denied because it is in the best interests of the juvenile or the public for the circuit court with juvenile jurisdiction to hear this case. BY THE COURT: Distribution: 1. Juvenile Court - Original 2. District Attorney 3. Juvenile/Juvenile's Parents 4. Juvenile's Attorney 5. Other: JD-1723 08/06 Order Waiving Juvenile Court Jurisdiction Signature of Circuit Judge Name Printed or Typed Date Wis. Stats. §§938.18 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkflow.com This form shall not be modified. It may be supplemented with additional material.