SB 1148 Predispositional detention.
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Summary as introduced:
Predispositional detention. Makes it clear that a juvenile and domestic relations district court judge has the authority to order a juvenile into detention prior to the final disposition even if the juvenile was not ordered into detention when first taken into custody. This bill does not change the statutory criteria that must be met before detention is ordered. An August 2002 Attorney General Opinion stated that a judge has no authority to temporarily detain a juvenile after an adjudication hearing but pending the disposition hearing when the juvenile was not originally taken into custody and detained. The bill is a recommendation of the Committee on District Courts.

Full text:
01/08/03  Senate: Presented & ordered printed, prefiled 01/08/03 031666246  pdf | impact statement

Status:
01/08/03  Senate: Presented & ordered printed, prefiled 01/08/03 031666246
01/08/03  Senate: Referred to Committee for Courts of Justice
01/29/03  Senate: Incorporated by C. J. (SB1060-O'Brien) by voice vote