Agreement To Waive Initial Time Limits {NHJB-2216-DF} | Pdf Fpdf Doc Docx | New Hampshire

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Agreement To Waive Initial Time Limits {NHJB-2216-DF} | Pdf Fpdf Doc Docx | New Hampshire

Agreement To Waive Initial Time Limits {NHJB-2216-DF}

This is a New Hampshire form that can be used for Juvenile Delinquency within Statewide, Family Division.

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THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE JUDICIAL BRANCH http://www.courts.state.nh.us Court Name: Case Name: Case Number: (if known) AGREEMENT TO WAIVE INITIAL TIME LIMITS DELINQUENT CHINS 1. I hereby agree to a first hearing in less than 24 hours from service of a delinquency petition (RSA 169-B:7) or from filing of a CHINS petition (RSA 169-D:6) I hereby agree to give up my right to: an adjudicatory hearing within 21 days of my first court date (detained delinquent RSA 169-B:14). an adjudicatory hearing within 30 days of my first court date (non-detained delinquent RSA 169-B:14). an adjudicatory hearing within 21 days of my first court appearance (child in need of services RSA 169-D:13, VII). a dispositional hearing for sentencing within 21 days of my trial date (detained delinquent RSA 169-B:16). a dispositional hearing for sentencing within 30 days of my trial date (non-detained delinquent RSA 169-B:16). a dispositional hearing within 30 days of my trial date (CHINS-RSA 169-D:14). 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. OTHER I UNDERSTAND that the State would be required to prove its case at a court hearing within the time limits of paragraphs 2, 3, or 4 checked above, if I did not agree to give the State more time. I UNDERSTAND that the hearing will be rescheduled to a date the parties shall agree and the court shall approve. I UNDERSTAND that any further delays will not be granted without a hearing before the court. My attorney and/or parent has explained this right to me. Date Date Date Juvenile Parent Attorney for Juvenile The undersigned Judge having asked the juvenile (and the parent and/or attorney) if s/he understands his/her right to a speedy hearing, finds the juvenile has the mental capacity to evaluate this decision and, having done so, finds that the juvenile knowingly, intelligently and voluntarily waives his/her statutory right to a speedy hearing, with the understanding that further delays will require an appearance before the court. Date Signature of Judge Printed Name of Judge NHJB-2216-DF (12/06/2006) Page 1 of 1 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com

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