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Order Correcting Identifying Information {JC 90}

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Approved, SCAO JUDICIAL CIRCUIT - FAMILY DIVISION Original - Court 1st copy - Juvenile 2nd copy - Michigan State Police, CJIC 3rd copy - Prosecutor JIS CODE: DLS STATE OF MICHIGAN COUNTY Court address ORDER DELAYING SENTENCE (DESIGNATED CASE) CASE NO. PETITION NO. ORI MI- Court telephone no. CTN/TCN SID DOB 1. In the matter of 2. Date of hearing: Judge THE COURT FINDS: 3. A judgment of conviction for the following offense(s) was entered on CONVICTED BY DISMISSED BY* Count Plea* Court Jury CRIME Bar no. Date . CHARGE CODE(S) MCL citation/PACC Code *Insert "G" for guilty plea, "NC" for nolo contendere, or "MI" for guilty but mentally ill, "D" for dismissed by court or "NP" for dismissed by prosecutor/plaintiff. 4. The offense adjudicated is abstractable to the Secretary of State under MCL 257.625(21)(a), MCL 257.732, MCL 324.80131, MCL 324.81134(12), MCL 324.81135(7), MCL 324.82157, or MCL 333.7408a(12). The juvenile's driver's license number is . 5. The licensing sanction is reportable to the Michigan State Police under MCL 333.7408a(12) or MCL 257.625(21)(b). Revoked. Suspended days. Restricted days. 6. HIV testing and sex offender registration are completed. 7. The juvenile has been fingerprinted according to MCL 28.243 (for all offenses punishable by 93 days or more). 8. A DNA sample is already on file with the Michigan State Police from a previous petition. No assessment is required. 9. Specific findings of fact and law, including findings regarding each factor in MCL 712A.18(1)(m), were made on the record. 10. The best interests of the public would be served by sentencing juvenile as an adult. A sentence of imprisonment should be delayed. 11. The juvenile used a firearm in committing the crime and must be placed in detention. IT IS ORDERED: 12. The sentence of imprisonment is delayed until further order of the court. 13. The juvenile is placed on probation in the temporary custody of the court. (see separate order) 14. The juvenile is placed in and shall satisfactorily complete the juvenile boot camp program established by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. After satisfactorily completing the program, the juvenile shall be placed in the home of under the supervision of and shall complete a minimum of 120 to a maximum of 180 days of intensive supervised probation in the community. 15. The juvenile shall pay as follows: (Specify fine and minimum state costs for each count, restitution, crime victim rights fee, reimbursement, attorney fees, and other costs. If item 8 is not checked, specify DNA assessment. Parental reimbursement, if any, may be entered on a separate order.) The due date for payment is . Fine, costs, and fees not paid within 56 days of the due date are subject to a 20% late penalty on the amount owed. 16. A service fee shall be paid as follows: 17. The juvenile is committed to detention facility for days commencing . The director or designee of the custodial facility is authorized to obtain and consent to routine, nonsurgical medical and dental care for the juvenile and emergency medical, dental, and surgical treatment of the juvenile. 18. Other: 19. Review hearing: Date Judge American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com NOTICE: Violation of probation may result in this order being revoked and a term of imprisonment ordered. NOTE: Contrary to the welfare and reasonable efforts findings only need to be made if the findings had not already been made at a prior hearing and this is the first time the juvenile has been removed from the home. JC 73 (12/17) ORDER DELAYING SENTENCE (DESIGNATED CASE) MCL 12.206, MCL 712A.18(1)(m), MCL 712A.18k, MCR 3.936, MCR 3.955(D)

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