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Define Juvenile.
Under the age of 18

May be considered a dependent if under 8
Jurisdiction of Juvenile court
Superior Court
Primary Objective of Juvenile Courts
Protection and Rehabilitation.
When a Juvenile commits a "criminal act" what is it considered?
A Delinquent Act.
What ages can commit a delinquent act?
8 or greater but less than 18
What is a child less than 8 considered?
A dependent
Define Dependent Child
Under the age of eight years and who is found to have committed an act that would result in adjudication as a delinquent juvenile or incorrigible child if committed by an older juvenile or child.
Define incorrigible child
A child who Commits any act constituting an offense that can only be committed by a minor and that is not designated as a delinquent act.
Adjudication Hearing
Trial or hearing to decide if the juvenile is found by a judicial officer to be Delinquent or Incorrigible.
ARS 8-303
A. Except as provided in section 8-305, a juvenile taken into temporary custody shall not be detained in a police station, jail or lockup where adults charged with or convicted of a crime are detained.

B. A child shall be taken into temporary custody:

1. Pursuant to an order of the juvenile court.

2. Pursuant to a warrant issued according to the laws of arrest.

C. A juvenile may be taken into temporary custody:

1. By a peace officer pursuant to the laws of arrest, without a warrant, if there are reasonable grounds to believe that the juvenile has committed a delinquent act or the child is incorrigible.

2. By a peace officer if there are reasonable grounds to believe that the child has run away from the child's parents, guardian or other custodian.

3. By a private person as provided by section 13-3884.

D. A peace officer shall take a juvenile into temporary custody pursuant to the laws of arrest, with or without a warrant, when there are reasonable grounds to believe that either:

1. The juvenile has committed a criminal act or a delinquent act which if committed by an adult could be a felony or breach of the peace.

2. The juvenile has been apprehended in commission of a criminal act or a delinquent act, which if committed by an adult would be a felony, or in fresh pursuit.

E. A juvenile who is taken into temporary custody pursuant to subsection D of this section may be released from temporary custody only to the parents, guardian or custodian of the juvenile or to the juvenile court.

F. A person who knowingly interferes with the taking of a juvenile into temporary custody under the provisions of this section is guilty of a class 2 misdemeanor.

G. In determining if a child should be taken into custody under subsection C of this section, the peace officer or child protective services specialist may consider as a mitigating factor the participation of the parent, guardian or custodian in the healthy families program established by section 8-701.
Diversion
8-321. Referrals; diversions; conditions; community based alternative programs; definition

A. Except as provided in subsection B of this section, before a petition is filed or an admission or adjudication hearing is held, the county attorney may divert the prosecution of a juvenile who is accused of committing a delinquent act or a child who is accused of committing an incorrigible act to a community based alternative program or to a diversion program administered by the juvenile court.

B. A juvenile who is a chronic felony offender as defined in section 13-501, who is a violent felony offender or who is alleged to have committed a violation of section 28-1381, 28-1382 or 28-1383 is not eligible for diversion.

C. Except as provided in section 8-323, the county attorney has sole discretion to decide whether to divert or defer prosecution of a juvenile offender. The county attorney may designate the offenses that shall be retained by the juvenile court for diversion or that shall be referred directly to a community based alternative program.

D. The county attorney or the juvenile court in cooperation with the county attorney may establish community based alternative programs.

E. Except for offenses that the county attorney designates as eligible for diversion or referral to a community based alternative program, upon receipt of a referral alleging the commission of an offense, the juvenile probation officer shall submit the referral to the county attorney to determine if a petition should be filed.

F. If the county attorney diverts the prosecution of a juvenile to the juvenile court, the juvenile probation officer shall conduct a personal interview with the alleged juvenile offender. At least one of the juvenile's parents or guardians shall attend the interview. The probation officer may waive the requirement for the attendance of the parent or guardian for good cause. If the juvenile acknowledges responsibility for the delinquent or incorrigible act, the juvenile probation officer shall require that the juvenile comply with one or more of the following conditions:

1. Participation in unpaid community service work.

2. Participation in a counseling program approved by the court, which is designed to strengthen family relationships and to prevent repetitive juvenile delinquency.

3. Participation in an education program approved by the court, which has as its goal the prevention of further delinquent behavior.

4. Participation in an education program approved by the court, which is designed to deal with ancillary problems experienced by the juvenile, such as alcohol or drug abuse.

5. Participation in a nonresidential program of rehabilitation or supervision offered by the court or offered by a community youth serving agency and approved by the court.

6. Payment of restitution to the victim of the delinquent act.

7. Payment of a monetary assessment.

G. If the juvenile successfully complies with the conditions set forth by the probation officer, the county attorney shall not file a petition in juvenile court and the program's resolution shall not be used against the juvenile in any further proceeding and is not an adjudication of incorrigibility or delinquency. The resolution of the program is not a conviction of crime, does not impose any civil disabilities ordinarily resulting from a conviction and does not disqualify the juvenile in any civil service application or appointment.

H. In order to participate in a community based alternative program the juvenile who is referred to a program shall admit responsibility for the essential elements of the accusation and shall cooperate with the program in all of its proceedings.

I. All of the following apply to each community based alternative program that is established pursuant to this section:

1. The juvenile's participation is voluntary.

2. The victim's participation is voluntary.

3. The community based alternative program shall ensure that the victim, the juvenile's parent or guardian and any other persons who are directly affected by an offense have the right to participate.

4. The participants shall agree to the consequences imposed on the juvenile or the juvenile's parent or guardian.

5. The meetings and records shall be open to the public.

J. After holding a meeting the participants in the community based alternative program may agree on any legally reasonable consequences that the participants determine are necessary to fully and fairly resolve the matter except confinement.

K. The participants shall determine consequences within thirty days after referral to the community based alternative program, and the juvenile shall complete the consequences within ninety days after the matter is referred to the community based alternative program. The county attorney or the juvenile probation officer may extend the time in which to complete the consequences for good cause. If the community based alternative program involves a school, the deadlines for determination and completion of consequences shall be thirty and ninety school days, respectively.

L. The community based alternative program, the juvenile, the juvenile's parent or guardian and the victim may sign a written contract in which the parties agree to the program's resolution of the matter and in which the juvenile's parent or guardian agrees to ensure that the juvenile complies with the contract. The contract may provide that the parent or guardian shall post a bond payable to this state to secure the performance of any consequence imposed on the juvenile pursuant to subsection J of this section.

M. If the juvenile successfully completes the consequences, the county attorney shall not file a petition in juvenile court and the program's resolution shall not be used against the juvenile in any further proceeding and is not an adjudication of incorrigibility or delinquency. The resolution of the program is not a conviction of crime, does not impose any civil disabilities ordinarily resulting from a conviction and does not disqualify the juvenile in any civil service application or appointment.

N. The county attorney or juvenile court shall assess the parent of a juvenile who is diverted pursuant to subsection A of this section a fee of fifty dollars unless, after determining the inability of the parent to pay the fee, the county attorney or juvenile court assesses a lesser amount. All monies assessed pursuant to this subsection shall be used for the administration and support of community based alternative programs or juvenile court diversion programs. Any amount greater than forty dollars of the fee assessed pursuant to this subsection shall only be used to supplement monies currently used for the salaries of juvenile probation and surveillance officers and for support of programs and services of the superior court juvenile probation departments. The clerk of the superior court shall pay all monies collected from this assessment to the county treasurer for deposit in the juvenile probation fund, to be utilized as provided in section 12-268, and the county attorney shall pay all monies collected from this assessment into the county attorney juvenile diversion fund established by section 11-537.

O. The supreme court shall annually establish an average cost per juvenile for providing diversion services in each county, based upon the monies appropriated for diversion pursuant to section 8-322, excluding the cost of juvenile intake services provided by the juvenile court, and the number of juveniles diverted the previous year. Upon the county attorney's certification to the supreme court of the number of juveniles diverted to a county attorney community based alternative program each quarter, the annual average cost per juvenile for each juvenile diverted shall be reimbursed to the county attorney juvenile diversion fund established by section 11-537 out of monies appropriated to the supreme court for diversion programs.

P. If the juvenile does not acknowledge responsibility for the offense, or fails to comply with the consequences set by the community based alternative program, the case shall be submitted to the county attorney for review.

Q. After reviewing a referral, if the county attorney declines prosecution, the county attorney may return the case to the juvenile probation department for further action as provided in subsection F of this section.

R. For the purposes of this section, "violent" means an offense involving the discharge, use or threatening exhibition of a deadly weapon or dangerous instrument or the intentional or knowing infliction of serious physical injury on another person and includes an offense listed in section 13-501.
Arrest considerations to avoid
Race, Gender, Sex, Religion ETC.
Arrest Considerations to Accept
Nature of Offense,Age, Prior History, Hurt themselfs? Others?
ARS 8-305
8-305. Detention center; jail; separate custody

A. The county board of supervisors or the county jail district, if authorized pursuant to title 48, chapter 25, shall maintain a detention center that is separate and apart from a jail or lockup in which adults are confined and where juveniles who are alleged to be delinquent or children who are incorrigible and within the provisions of this article shall be detained when necessary before or after a hearing or as a condition of probation. The board may enter agreements with public or private entities to acquire land for, build, purchase, lease-purchase, lease or expand a detention center required by this section.

B. The board of supervisors or the county jail district, if authorized pursuant to title 48, chapter 25, may provide for the detention of juveniles who are accused or convicted of a criminal offense in a jail or lockup in which adults are confined. A juvenile who is confined in a jail or lockup in which adults are confined shall be kept in a physically separate section from any adult who is charged with or convicted of a criminal offense, and no sight or sound contact between the juvenile and any charged or convicted adult is permitted, except to the extent authorized under federal laws or regulations.

C. A juvenile, pending a juvenile hearing, shall not be confined with adults charged with or convicted of a crime, except that:

1. A juvenile who is accused of a criminal offense or who is alleged to be delinquent may be securely detained in such location for up to six hours until transportation to a juvenile detention center can be arranged if the juvenile is kept in a physically separate section from any adult who is charged with or convicted of a crime and no sight or sound contact between the juvenile and any charged or convicted adult is permitted, except to the extent authorized under federal laws or regulations.

2. A juvenile who is transferred as provided in section 8-327 to the criminal division of the superior court may be securely detained if the juvenile is kept in a physically separate section from any adult charged with or convicted of a crime, and no sight or sound contact with any charged or convicted adult is permitted, except to the extent authorized under federal laws or regulations.

3. A juvenile who is arrested for an offense listed in section 13-501 may be detained in a juvenile facility until formally charged as an adult. After a juvenile has been formally charged as an adult the juvenile may be securely detained in an adult facility if the juvenile is detained separately from any adult charged with or convicted of a crime, except to the extent authorized under federal laws or regulations.

D. A child who is alleged to be delinquent or who is alleged to be incorrigible shall not be securely detained in a jail or lockup in which adults charged with or convicted of a crime are detained. A child may be nonsecurely detained if necessary to obtain the child's name, age, residence or other identifying information for up to six hours until arrangements for transportation to any shelter care facility, home or other appropriate place can be made. A child who is nonsecurely detained shall be detained separately from any adult charged with or convicted of a crime, and no sight or sound contact with any charged or convicted adult is permitted, except to the extent authorized under federal laws or regulations.

E. Any detained juvenile or child who, by the juvenile's or child's conduct, endangers or evidences that the juvenile or child may endanger the safety of other detained children shall not be allowed to intermingle with any other juvenile or child in the detention center.

F. Pursuant to section 8-322, the county board of supervisors, the county jail district board of directors or the administrative office of the courts on behalf of the juvenile court may enter into an agreement with public or private entities to provide the detention centers required by subsection A of this section.
ARS 13-501
13-501. Persons under eighteen years of age; felony charging; definitions

A. The county attorney shall bring a criminal prosecution against a juvenile in the same manner as an adult if the juvenile is fifteen, sixteen or seventeen years of age and is accused of any of the following offenses:

1. First degree murder in violation of section 13-1105.

2. Second degree murder in violation of section 13-1104.

3. Forcible sexual assault in violation of section 13-1406.

4. Armed robbery in violation of section 13-1904.

5. Any other violent felony offense.

6. Any felony offense committed by a chronic felony offender.

7. Any offense that is properly joined to an offense listed in this subsection.

B. Except as provided in subsection A of this section, the county attorney may bring a criminal prosecution against a juvenile in the same manner as an adult if the juvenile is at least fourteen years of age and is accused of any of the following offenses:

1. A class 1 felony.

2. A class 2 felony.

3. A class 3 felony in violation of any offense in chapters 10 through 17 or chapter 19 or 23 of this title.

4. A class 3, 4, 5 or 6 felony involving the intentional or knowing infliction of serious physical injury or the discharge, use or threatening exhibition of a deadly weapon or dangerous instrument.

5. Any felony offense committed by a chronic felony offender.

6. Any offense that is properly joined to an offense listed in this subsection.

C. A criminal prosecution shall be brought against a juvenile in the same manner as an adult if the juvenile has been accused of a criminal offense and has a historical prior felony conviction.

D. At the time the county attorney files a complaint or indictment the county attorney shall file a notice stating that the juvenile is a chronic felony offender. Subject to subsection E of this section, the notice shall establish and confer jurisdiction over the juvenile as a chronic felony offender.

E. Upon motion of the juvenile the court shall hold a hearing after arraignment and before trial to determine if a juvenile is a chronic felony offender. At the hearing the state shall prove by a preponderance of the evidence that the juvenile is a chronic felony offender. If the court does not find that the juvenile is a chronic felony offender, the court shall transfer the juvenile to the juvenile court pursuant to section 8-302. If the court finds that the juvenile is a chronic felony offender or if the juvenile does not file a motion to determine if the juvenile is a chronic felony offender, the criminal prosecution shall continue.

F. Except as provided in section 13-921, a person who is charged pursuant to this section shall be sentenced in the criminal court in the same manner as an adult for any offense for which the person is convicted.

G. For the purposes of this section:

1. "Accused" means a juvenile against whom a complaint, information or indictment is filed.

2. "Chronic felony offender" means a juvenile who has had two prior and separate adjudications and dispositions for conduct that would constitute a historical prior felony conviction if the juvenile had been tried as an adult.

3. "Forcible sexual assault" means sexual assault pursuant to section 13-1406 that is committed without consent as defined in section 13-1401, paragraph 5, subdivision (a).

4. "Historical prior felony conviction" has the same meaning prescribed in section 13-604.

5. "Other violent felony offenses" means:

(a) Aggravated assault pursuant to section 13-1204, subsection A, paragraph 1.

(b) Aggravated assault pursuant to section 13-1204, subsection A, paragraph 2 involving the use of a deadly weapon.

(c) Drive by shooting pursuant to section 13-1209.

(d) Discharging a firearm at a structure pursuant to section 13-1211.
Miranda for Juveniles?
Yes, same as adults.
ARS 13-1413
13-1413. Capacity of minor sexual assault victim to consent to medical examination

Notwithstanding any other provision of the law, when it is not possible to contact the parents or legal guardian within the short time span in which the examination should be conducted a minor twelve years of age or older alleged to be the victim of a violation of section 13-1406 may give consent to hospital, medical and surgical examination, diagnosis and care in connection with such violation. Such consent shall not be subject to incapacity because of the victim's age. The consent of the parent, parents or legal guardian of such minor shall not be necessary to authorize such hospital, medical and surgical examination, diagnosis and care, and such parent, parents or legal guardian shall not be liable for payment for any services rendered pursuant to this section.
ARS 13-1416
13-1416. Admissibility of minor's statement; notice

A. Except as otherwise provided in title 8, a statement made by a minor who is under the age of ten years describing any sexual offense or physical abuse performed with, on or witnessed by the minor, which is not otherwise admissible by statute or court rule, is admissible in evidence in any criminal or civil proceeding if both of the following are true:

1. The court finds, in an in camera hearing, that the time, content and circumstances of the statement provide sufficient indicia of reliability.

2. Either of the following is true:

(a) The minor testifies at the proceedings.

(b) The minor is unavailable as a witness, provided that if the minor is unavailable as a witness, the statement may be admitted only if there is corroborative evidence of the statement.

B. A statement shall not be admitted under this section unless the proponent of the statement makes known to the adverse party his intention to offer the statement and the particulars of the statement sufficiently in advance of the proceedings to provide the adverse party with a fair opportunity to prepare to meet the statement.
ARS 4-241.C
4-241. Selling or giving liquor to underage person; illegally obtaining liquor by underage person; violation; classification

A. A licensee, an employee or any other person who questions or has reason to question whether or not a person ordering, purchasing, attempting to purchase or otherwise procuring or attempting to procure the serving or delivery of spirituous liquor is under the legal drinking age shall require the person to exhibit a written instrument of identification and may require the person on a card to be retained by the licensee to sign the person's name, the date, and the number of such identification. The following written instruments are the only acceptable types of identification:

1. An unexpired driver license issued by any state or Canada, provided such license includes a picture of the licensee.

2. A nonoperating identification license issued pursuant to section 28-3165.

3. An armed forces identification card.

4. A valid unexpired passport or border crossing identification card which is issued by a government or voter card issued by the government of Mexico and which contains a photograph of the person and the date of birth.

B. A licensee, an employee or any other person who sells, gives, serves or furnishes spirituous liquor to a person who is under the legal drinking age without having recorded and retained a record of the person's age or a dated and signed photocopy of the instrument of identification exhibited as prescribed by subsection A of this section is deemed to have constructive knowledge of the person's age.

C. A person who is under the legal drinking age and who misrepresents the person's age to any person by means of a written instrument of identification with the intent to induce a person to sell, serve, give or furnish spirituous liquor contrary to law is guilty of a class 1 misdemeanor.

D. A person who is under the legal drinking age and who solicits another person to purchase, sell, give, serve or furnish spirituous liquor contrary to law is guilty of a class 3 misdemeanor.

E. A person who is under the legal drinking age and who uses a fraudulent or false written instrument of identification or identification of another person or uses a valid license or identification of another person to gain access to a licensed establishment is guilty of a class 1 misdemeanor.

F. A person who uses a driver or nonoperating identification license in violation of subsection C or E of this section is subject to suspension of the driver or nonoperating identification license as provided in section 28-3309. A person who does not have a valid driver or nonoperating identification license and who uses a driver or nonoperating identification license of another in violation of subsection C or E of this section has the person's right to apply for a driver or nonoperating identification license suspended as provided by section 28-3309.

G. A person who knowingly influences the sale, giving or serving of spirituous liquor to a person under the legal drinking age by misrepresenting the age of such person or who orders, requests, receives or procures spirituous liquor from any licensee, employee or other person with the intent of selling, giving or serving it to a person under the legal drinking age is guilty of a class 1 misdemeanor.

H. A person who is of legal drinking age and who is an occupant of unlicensed premises is guilty of a class 1 misdemeanor if both of the following apply:

1. Such person knowingly allows a gathering on such unlicensed premises of two or more persons who are under the legal drinking age and who are neither:

(a) Members of the immediate family of such person.

(b) Permanently residing with such person.

2. Such person knows or should know that one or more of the persons under the legal drinking age is in possession of or consuming spirituous liquor on the unlicensed premises.

I. For purposes of subsection H of this section, "occupant" means a person who has legal possession or the legal right to exclude others from the unlicensed premises.

J. A peace officer shall forward or electronically transfer to the director of the department of transportation the affidavit required by section 28-3310 if the peace officer has arrested a person for the commission of an offense for which, on conviction, suspension of the license or privilege to operate a motor vehicle is required by section 28-3309, subsection A or B.

K. A person who acts under a program of testing compliance with this title which is approved by the director is not in violation of section 4-244.

L. Law enforcement agencies may use persons who are under the legal drinking age to test compliance with this section and section 4-244, paragraph 9 by licensees suspected of violating this section or section 4-244, paragraph 9. A person who is under the legal drinking age and who purchases or attempts to purchase spirituous liquor under the direction of a law enforcement agency pursuant to this subsection is immune from prosecution for that purchase or attempted purchase. Law enforcement agencies may use a person under the legal drinking age pursuant to this subsection only if:

1. The person is at least fifteen but not more than nineteen years of age.

2. The person is not employed on an incentive or quota basis.

3. The person's appearance is that of a person who is under the legal drinking age.

4. A photograph of the person is taken no more than twelve hours before the purchase or attempted purchase. The photograph shall accurately depict the person's appearance and attire. A licensee or an employee of a licensee who is cited for selling spirituous liquor to a person under the legal drinking age pursuant to this subsection shall be permitted to inspect the photograph immediately after the citation is issued. The person's appearance at any trial or administrative hearing that results from a citation shall not be substantially different from the person's appearance at the time the citation was issued.

5. The person places, receives and pays for the person's order of spirituous liquor. An adult shall not accompany the person onto the premises of the licensee.

6. The person does not consume any spirituous liquor.

M. The department may adopt rules to carry out the purposes of this section.
ARS 4-244.11
11. For an on-sale retailer to employ a person under the age of nineteen years in any capacity connected with the handling of spirituous liquors. This paragraph does not prohibit the employment by an on-sale retailer of a person under the age of nineteen years who cleans up the tables on the premises for reuse, removes dirty dishes, keeps a ready supply of needed items and helps clean up the premises.
ARS 4-244.40 Unlawful acts
40. For a person under the age of twenty-one years to have in the person's body any spirituous liquor. In a prosecution for a violation of this paragraph:

(a) Pursuant to section 4-249, it is a defense that the spirituous liquor was consumed in connection with the bona fide practice of a religious belief or as an integral part of a religious exercise and in a manner not dangerous to public health or safety.

(b) Pursuant to section 4-226, it is a defense that the spirituous liquor was consumed for a bona fide medicinal purpose and in a manner not dangerous to public health or safety.
ARS 8-821
8-321. Referrals; diversions; conditions; community based alternative programs; definition

A. Except as provided in subsection B of this section, before a petition is filed or an admission or adjudication hearing is held, the county attorney may divert the prosecution of a juvenile who is accused of committing a delinquent act or a child who is accused of committing an incorrigible act to a community based alternative program or to a diversion program administered by the juvenile court.

B. A juvenile who is a chronic felony offender as defined in section 13-501, who is a violent felony offender or who is alleged to have committed a violation of section 28-1381, 28-1382 or 28-1383 (DUI's) is not eligible for diversion.

C. Except as provided in section 8-323, the county attorney has sole discretion to decide whether to divert or defer prosecution of a juvenile offender. The county attorney may designate the offenses that shall be retained by the juvenile court for diversion or that shall be referred directly to a community based alternative program.

D. The county attorney or the juvenile court in cooperation with the county attorney may establish community based alternative programs.

E. Except for offenses that the county attorney designates as eligible for diversion or referral to a community based alternative program, upon receipt of a referral alleging the commission of an offense, the juvenile probation officer shall submit the referral to the county attorney to determine if a petition should be filed.

F. If the county attorney diverts the prosecution of a juvenile to the juvenile court, the juvenile probation officer shall conduct a personal interview with the alleged juvenile offender. At least one of the juvenile's parents or guardians shall attend the interview. The probation officer may waive the requirement for the attendance of the parent or guardian for good cause. If the juvenile acknowledges responsibility for the delinquent or incorrigible act, the juvenile probation officer shall require that the juvenile comply with one or more of the following conditions:

1. Participation in unpaid community service work.

2. Participation in a counseling program approved by the court, which is designed to strengthen family relationships and to prevent repetitive juvenile delinquency.

3. Participation in an education program approved by the court, which has as its goal the prevention of further delinquent behavior.

4. Participation in an education program approved by the court, which is designed to deal with ancillary problems experienced by the juvenile, such as alcohol or drug abuse.

5. Participation in a nonresidential program of rehabilitation or supervision offered by the court or offered by a community youth serving agency and approved by the court.

6. Payment of restitution to the victim of the delinquent act.

7. Payment of a monetary assessment.

G. If the juvenile successfully complies with the conditions set forth by the probation officer, the county attorney shall not file a petition in juvenile court and the program's resolution shall not be used against the juvenile in any further proceeding and is not an adjudication of incorrigibility or delinquency. The resolution of the program is not a conviction of crime, does not impose any civil disabilities ordinarily resulting from a conviction and does not disqualify the juvenile in any civil service application or appointment.

H. In order to participate in a community based alternative program the juvenile who is referred to a program shall admit responsibility for the essential elements of the accusation and shall cooperate with the program in all of its proceedings.

I. All of the following apply to each community based alternative program that is established pursuant to this section:

1. The juvenile's participation is voluntary.

2. The victim's participation is voluntary.

3. The community based alternative program shall ensure that the victim, the juvenile's parent or guardian and any other persons who are directly affected by an offense have the right to participate.

4. The participants shall agree to the consequences imposed on the juvenile or the juvenile's parent or guardian.

5. The meetings and records shall be open to the public.

J. After holding a meeting the participants in the community based alternative program may agree on any legally reasonable consequences that the participants determine are necessary to fully and fairly resolve the matter except confinement.

K. The participants shall determine consequences within thirty days after referral to the community based alternative program, and the juvenile shall complete the consequences within ninety days after the matter is referred to the community based alternative program. The county attorney or the juvenile probation officer may extend the time in which to complete the consequences for good cause. If the community based alternative program involves a school, the deadlines for determination and completion of consequences shall be thirty and ninety school days, respectively.

L. The community based alternative program, the juvenile, the juvenile's parent or guardian and the victim may sign a written contract in which the parties agree to the program's resolution of the matter and in which the juvenile's parent or guardian agrees to ensure that the juvenile complies with the contract. The contract may provide that the parent or guardian shall post a bond payable to this state to secure the performance of any consequence imposed on the juvenile pursuant to subsection J of this section.

M. If the juvenile successfully completes the consequences, the county attorney shall not file a petition in juvenile court and the program's resolution shall not be used against the juvenile in any further proceeding and is not an adjudication of incorrigibility or delinquency. The resolution of the program is not a conviction of crime, does not impose any civil disabilities ordinarily resulting from a conviction and does not disqualify the juvenile in any civil service application or appointment.

N. The county attorney or juvenile court shall assess the parent of a juvenile who is diverted pursuant to subsection A of this section a fee of fifty dollars unless, after determining the inability of the parent to pay the fee, the county attorney or juvenile court assesses a lesser amount. All monies assessed pursuant to this subsection shall be used for the administration and support of community based alternative programs or juvenile court diversion programs. Any amount greater than forty dollars of the fee assessed pursuant to this subsection shall only be used to supplement monies currently used for the salaries of juvenile probation and surveillance officers and for support of programs and services of the superior court juvenile probation departments. The clerk of the superior court shall pay all monies collected from this assessment to the county treasurer for deposit in the juvenile probation fund, to be utilized as provided in section 12-268, and the county attorney shall pay all monies collected from this assessment into the county attorney juvenile diversion fund established by section 11-537.

O. The supreme court shall annually establish an average cost per juvenile for providing diversion services in each county, based upon the monies appropriated for diversion pursuant to section 8-322, excluding the cost of juvenile intake services provided by the juvenile court, and the number of juveniles diverted the previous year. Upon the county attorney's certification to the supreme court of the number of juveniles diverted to a county attorney community based alternative program each quarter, the annual average cost per juvenile for each juvenile diverted shall be reimbursed to the county attorney juvenile diversion fund established by section 11-537 out of monies appropriated to the supreme court for diversion programs.

P. If the juvenile does not acknowledge responsibility for the offense, or fails to comply with the consequences set by the community based alternative program, the case shall be submitted to the county attorney for review.

Q. After reviewing a referral, if the county attorney declines prosecution, the county attorney may return the case to the juvenile probation department for further action as provided in subsection F of this section.

R. For the purposes of this section, "violent" means an offense involving the discharge, use or threatening exhibition of a deadly weapon or dangerous instrument or the intentional or knowing infliction of serious physical injury on another person and includes an offense listed in section 13-501.
What is the form number of the Temporary Custody Notice?
8-823 Form