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Findings And Orders After Hearing To Modify Delinquency Jurisdiction To Transition Jurisdiction {JV-682}

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JV-682 CHILD'S NAME: FOR COURT USE ONLY CASE NUMBER: Judicial Officer: Bailiff: Court Reporter: Interpreter:Language: Court Clerk: Other Court Personnel: FINDINGS AND ORDERS AFTER HEARING TO MODIFY DELINQUENCY JURISDICTION TO TRANSITION JURISDICTION FOR CHILD YOUNGER THAN 18 YEARS OF AGE SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OFBRANCH NAME:CITY AND ZIP CODE:STREET ADDRESS:MAILING ADDRESS: ATTORNEY OR PARTY WITHOUT ATTORNEY:STATE:ZIP CODE:CITY:STREET ADDRESS:FIRM NAME:NAME:STATE BAR NO.:TELEPHONE NO.:FAX NO.:E-MAIL ADDRESS:ATTORNEY FOR (name):Page 1 of 4 Form Approved for Optional Use Judicial Council of California JV-682 [Rev. March 15, 2019]Welfare and Institutions Code, 247247 450, 451; Cal. Rules of Court, rule 5.814 www.courts.ca.govParent2. Use this form to document the findings and orders regarding the modification of delinquency jurisdiction to transition jurisdiction for a child older than 17 years, 5 months and younger than 18 years of age, who: 267 Qualifies for vacatur of his or her underlying adjudication and dismissal of the petition pursuant to Penal Code section 236.14 or has met his or her rehabilitative goals; 267 Is under an order for foster care placement; 267 Wants to remain in extended foster care under the transition jurisdiction of the juvenile court; 267 Is not receiving reunification services; and 267 Does not have a hearing set for termination of parental rights or establishment of guardianship.Legal guardian (name):3.Tribal representative (name):5.Indian custodian (name):4.a. 6. Other (name):a.b.FINDINGS AND ORDERS AFTER HEARING TO MODIFY DELINQUENCY JURISDICTION TO TRANSITION JURISDICTION FOR CHILD YOUNGER THAN 18 YEARS OF AGE Father Mother Others presentb. Other (name):c. Other (name):(Name):(Name): PresentParties (name)a. 1. Attorney (name): Present Ward:d. Other (specify):c. County agency social worker:b. Probation officer: American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com JV-682 CASE NUMBER: CHILD'S NAME:Page 2 of 4 FINDINGS AND ORDERS AFTER HEARING TO MODIFY DELINQUENCY JURISDICTION TO TRANSITION JURISDICTION FOR CHILD YOUNGER THAN 18 YEARS OF AGE JV-682 [Rev. March 15, 2019]8. Notice 9. a.b.been given as required by law.(3) (2) (1) 10. The child was removed from the physical custody of his or her parents or legal guardian, adjudged to be a ward of the juvenile court under Welfare and Institutions Code section 725, and ordered into foster care placement as a ward, or the child was removed from the custody of his or her parents as a dependent of the court with an order for foster care placement in effect at the time the court adjudged him or her to be a ward of the juvenile court under Welfare and Institutions Code section 725.(3) The child is older than 17 years, 5 months and younger than 18 years of age and is subject to an order for foster care placement.(2) BASED ON THE FOREGOING AND ALL OTHER EVIDENCE RECEIVED, THE COURT FINDS AND ORDERSFindings11. 12. Reunification services been terminated. havehave not13. The child's case been set for a hearing to terminate parental rights or establish a guardianship. hashas not The child comes within the description of Welfare and Institutions Code section 450, in that: The child does not come within the description of Welfare and Institutions Code section 450, in that (check all that apply): The child is not more than 17 years, 5 months and less than 18 years of age and subject to a foster care placement order. The child was not removed from the physical custody of his or her parents or legal guardian, adjudged to be a ward of the juvenile court under Welfare and Institutions Code section 725, and ordered into foster care placement as a ward, nor was the child removed from the custody of his or her parents as a dependent of the court with an order for a foster care placement in effect at the time the court adjudged him or her to be a ward of the juvenile court under Welfare and Institutions Code section 725. The child's rehabilitative goals as stated in the case plan have not been met, and the juvenile court's delinquency jurisdiction over him or her as a ward is required. The child been informed that he or she may decline to become a nonminor dependent and may have juvenile court jurisdiction terminated at a hearing under Welfare and Institutions Code section 391 and rule 5.555 of the California Rules of Court. The child's return to the home of his or her legal guardian create a substantial risk of detriment to the child's safety, protection, or physical or emotional well-being. The facts supporting this finding were stated on the record. hashas not hashas not wouldwould nota.Report of social worker dated:The court has read and considered and admits into evidence7. d.Other (specify): c.Other (specify): b. Report of probation officer dated:Other (specify): e.(1) The child is older than 17 years and 5 months and younger than 18, and the underlying adjudication is subject to vacatur under Penal Code section 236.14, or the child's rehabilitative goals as stated in the case plan have been met, and juvenile court's delinquency jurisdiction over him or her as a ward is no longer required. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com JV-682 CASE NUMBER: CHILD'S NAME:14. 15. c. b. e. d. a. 16. The child had an opportunity to confer with his or her attorney. hashas not17.The young person comes within the juvenile court's transition jurisdiction as described in Welfare and Institutions Code section 450(a)(1)(B) and 450(a)(2)(C) or section 450(a)(1)(A). a. Continuance in the home is contrary to the child's welfare;(1) (3) Reasonable efforts have been made to prevent or eliminate the need for removal, and the child remains removed from the parent or guardian;(2) The child has made plans to be employed at least 80 hours per month. The child plans to participate in a program or activities to promote employment or overcome barriers to employment. The child has made plans to attend a college, a community college, or a vocational education program. The child plans to continue attending high school or a high school equivalency certificate (GED) program. 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. The court makes the following orders modifying jurisdiction:The child intend to sign a mutual agreement for a placement in a supervised setting as a transition dependent. doesdoes notThe child's Transitional Independent Living Case Plan include a plan for the child to satisfy at least one of the following conditions of eligibility to remain under juvenile court jurisdiction as a transition dependent (check all that apply): doesdoes notPage 3 of 4 FINDINGS AND ORDERS AFTER HEARING TO MODIFY DELINQUENCY JURISDICTION TO TRANSITION JURISDICTION FOR CHILD YOUNGER THAN 18 YEARS OF AGE JV-682 [Rev. March 15, 2019](4) (5) The is responsible for the child's placement and care. probation department child welfare services department(Insert name): by the court as the attorney of record for the child. is appointed continues his/her court appointment The child is adjudged a transition dependent under the transition jurisdiction of this court.b. e. d. Delinquency jurisdiction is terminated.c. The matter is continued for a nonminor dependent status review hearing set under Welfare and Institutions Code section 366.31, and rule 5.903 of the California Rules of Court on (date): . This date is within six months of the child's most recent status review hearing under Welfare and Institutions Code section 727.2 or 727.3. The adjudication in petition number is vacated, the petition is dismissed, and the underlying arrest is expunged under Penal Code section 236.14; The Department of Justice and any law enforcement agency that has records of the arrest is ordered to seal those records and then destroy them three years from the date of the arrest or one year after the order to seal, whichever occurs later; and American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com JV-682 CASE NUMBER: CHILD'S NAME:Page 4 of 4 FINDINGS AND ORDERS AFTER HEARING TO MODIFY DELIN

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