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Adjudication Hearing | Child and Family Services Reviews

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At the adjudication hearing, which is also known as the fact-finding hearing or jurisdictional hearing, the court decides whether the child protective services ...

What is adjudicatory hearing? definition and meaning ...

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Definition of adjudicatory hearing: Trial process in which a court determines whether or not the allegations contained in a petition are supported by evidence.

Court Processes - Office of Children & Families in the Courts

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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 ...

What is ADJUDICATORY HEARING? definition of ADJUDICATORY ...

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Definition of ADJUDICATORY HEARING: When a court decides that evidence presented proves the allegations during a trial.

What are the definitions of some common juvenile justice terms ...

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Adjudicated delinquent: A youth who has been found by a judge in juvenile ... Adjudicatory hearing: The fact finding (trial) phase of a juvenile case in which a.

Adjudication legal definition of adjudication

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Definition of adjudication in the Legal Dictionary - by Free online English dictionary ... It implies a hearing by a court, after notice, of legal evidence on the factual ...

What Happens at the Trial? - Public Defender

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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 .

Juvenile Delinquency: What Happens in a Juvenile Case? | Nolo.com

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The judge holds an adjudicatory hearing. If the case goes to trial (called an " adjudicatory hearing" in a juvenile case), both sides present evidence and the ...

Delinquency Court Proceedings in Pennsylvania | Juvenile Law ...

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An adjudicatory hearing is like a trial to determine whether the evidence shows that you committed the offense you were charged with. The judge will hear ...

NRC: Public Involvement in Hearings

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The NRC conducts hearings on disputed matters involved in the licensing of ... To learn more about the NRC hearing process, see Adjudication (Hearings).

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Adjudicatory Hearing (Trial) - Prince William County Government

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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 ...

12VAC5-462-240. Adjudicatory Hearing. - Virginia Law

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12VAC5-462-240. Adjudicatory Hearing. The adjudicatory hearing is a formal, public adjudicatory proceeding before the commissioner, or a designated hearing ...

Adjudicatory Hearing Law & Legal Definition

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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 ...