The actual trial in juvenile cases is called the adjudicatory hearing. At the
adjudicatory hearing, the judge determines whether the facts as stated in the
petition or ...
Definition of adjudicatory hearing: Trial process in which a court determines
whether or not the allegations contained in a petition are supported by evidence.
12VAC5-462-240. Adjudicatory Hearing. The adjudicatory hearing is a formal,
public adjudicatory proceeding before the commissioner, or a designated
Adjudicatory Hearing (Trial). Juveniles do not have the right to a jury trial in
juvenile court. The adjudicatory hearing, or trial, is the fact-finding part of the case
Definition of ADJUDICATORY HEARING: When a court decides that evidence
presented proves the allegations during a trial.
Although ideally a contested removal should occur after a court hearing, the ...
Notice of the adjudicatory hearing shall be provided to the agency solicitor, the ...
An adjudicatory hearing is a hearing in which the purpose is making a judicial
ruling such as a judgment or decree. It is sometimes used in juvenile criminal ...
Jan 1, 2010 ... 124.06 ADJUDICATION HEARING a. An adjudication hearing in a proceeding
under subdivision (1) of subsection 1 of section 211.031, RSMo, ...
The adjudication hearing is the trial process in which the court determines
whether allegations of dependency, abuse or neglect concerning a child are true
If disposition is held at conclusion of the adjudicatory hearing, then the next
hearing ... not approve the case plan at the disposition hearing, the court must set