The right held by a property owner to lease,sell, or will the property away wraonline.com
When a juvenile court petition has been filed, the disposition is the final outcome. When a petition is dismissed, or is found to be true, that is a disposition. The disposition also includes anything the judge orders after a petition is found to be true.
This is the court decision about where a child or youth should live (such as in state custody), as well as what the parents, the child welfare agency and the youth must do to change the problems that brought the young person into care.
What the judge orders to happen to the juvenile at the end of the hearing.
The way the issues in a case get resolved, such as placing someone on probation, or sentencing someone to prison. to top
The final resting place for the body or for cremated remains. Choices include burial of the body in the earth or a mausoleum; burial, scattering or deposit of cremated remains in an urn for placement in a niche or taking home; donation of the body to a research facility; or burial at sea (not permitted in the Great Lakes).
The court's final determination of a lawsuit.
Orders of the court following adjudication relating to the most appropriate type of care and treatment of a child/youth. (similar to sentencing in criminal court)
The order of a juvenile court determining what is to be done with a minor already adjudged to be within the court's jurisdiction. In criminal cases, the settlement of a case.
The disposition of a case is the order entered by the court subsequent to the adjudication. During the dispositional hearing, the court must consider the information presented in the Social Study prepared by the Department as well as all of the facts and circumstances that have occurred up to the date of the dispositional hearing. The court will use these facts and circumstances to enter a dispositional order based on the best interests of the child. A disposition usually occurs at the same hearing as the adjudication, but may be bifurcated (determined at a separate hearing) from the adjudication at the court’s discretion. The court usually orders specific steps for the parents and the Department at the dispositional hearing.
A final disposition is a specific legal action which takes place following an adult or juvenile felony arrest. Examples are dismissal, acquittal, or conviction. Examples of intermediate dispositions are suspended proceedings or the placement of a defendant in one or more programs.
Stage of the juvenile court delinquency hearing that compares to "sentencing" in an adult trial. In Juvenile Court, the judge considers alternative, innovative, and individualized sentences rather than imposing standard sentences.
The final settlement of a criminal case.
the final judicial decision which ends a criminal proceeding by judgment of acquittal or dismissal or which sets the sentence if the defendant is convicted.
Sentencing or other final settlement of a criminal case.
Refers to any manner in which remains will be finally taken care of, including ground burial, ash scattering of cremated remains and all other forms of placement.
Sanction ordered or treatment plan decided upon or initiated in a particular case. Case dispositions are coded into the following categories: Waiver to criminal court: Cases that were transferred to a criminal court as the result of a judicial waiver hearing in the juvenile court. Placement: Cases in which youth were placed out of the home in a residential facility for delinquents or status offenders, or cases in which youth were removed from their homes and placed elsewhere. Probation: Cases in which youth were placed on informal/voluntary or formal/court-ordered probation or supervision. Dismissed/released: Cases dismissed or otherwise released, including those warned and counseled, with no further sanction or consequence anticipated. Among cases handled informally, some may be dismissed by the juvenile court because the matter is being handled in another court or agency. (See manner of handling.) Other sanction: Miscellaneous dispositions not included above, which may include fines, restitution, community service, referrals outside the court for services with minimal or no further court involvement anticipated, and dispositions coded as "other" in a jurisdiction's original data.
The final legal authority for use of public land.
The final outcome of a case; the determination by the judge of the sentence that the offender will serve.
Phase of delinquency proceeding similar to "sentencing" phase of adult trial. The judge must consider alternative, innovative, and individualized sentences rather than imposing standard sentences.
A disposition is an outcome of the case action. This includes both court dispositions and DJJ determinations. Dispositions could include: Counseling Referral, Restitution Agreement, Probation Supervision, Placement Committee Findings, Point Fine, Review Board Finding, Dismiss-Not Legally Sufficient, Trial Dates Scheduled, etc.
The formal conclusion of a criminal proceeding at whatever stage it occurs in the criminal justice system.
In terms of the adult system, this would be known as sentencing. In Custody Hearing - an advisory hearing for an juvenile who is in-custody (detained and held) at the Juvenile Court Shelter facility. Juvenile Court Office - A State agency that manages various secured juvenile facilities. Adult equivalent would be the prison system. Petition - the document filed by the State charging a juvenile with a crime.
In Family Court juvenile cases, similar to a sentence in adult court. The court determines the consequences of a juvenile who has been adjudicated for or who has admitted to the commission of an offense.
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Deciding what to do about a case that has been adjudicated. In adult criminal court the equivalent is a sentencing hearing.
The final settlement by the court in a controversy.
When a case is resolved without a trial.
the sentence imposed on a respondent/defendant requiring specific conditions or actions
The sentence an accused person receives is his/her disposition.
1. Determination of a charge; termination of any legal action; 2. A sentence of a juvenile offender.
The final decision by the court as it pertains to the issues in a case similar to sentencing in the adult system.
is the act or process of getting rid of, giving away, selling etc., such as in the case of property. In criminal justice, disposition is another word for sentence. In provincial court, the dispute notes or notices set out the facts supporting the defence that the defendant will argue at trial and any statutes upon which the defendant relies.
the result of a judicial proceeding by order, judgment or sentence; The final outcome/end result.
the decision made by the court
This is the decision about where the youth should live (such as in state custody), as well as what the parents, DHS and the youth must do to change the problems. Please understand that sometimes court hearings are continued and changed to another date for various reasons. For instance, someone may not show up, or everyone at court may feel it’s a good idea.
The court's final decision.
an outcome from a court which may include dismissal, acquittal, fine, non-custodial order or imprisonment.
is the outcome of the bankruptcy case. "Confirmed" means that the court confirmed a plan of reorganization. "Converted" means that the case was converted to a case under Chapter 7 of the bankruptcy code. "Dismissed" means that the case was dismissed. "§ 363 sale" means that the debtor sold all or substantially all of its assets during the Chapter 11 case. Thereafter, the court may have confirmed a plan distributing the proceeds of sale ("§ 363 sale confirmed") or converted the case to Chapter 7 ("§ 363 sale converted"). In some cases, we were unable to discover what happened to the case after the 363 sale, so the entry is simply "363 sale." "Pending" means that the case remains pending in the bankruptcy court. "Data not available" means that we do not know the disposition of the case.
The court's decision of what should be done about a dispute that has been brought to its attention. For instance, the disposition of the court may be that child support is ordered or an obligation is modified.
A hearing where the court determines what is to be done with a child
Literally, a disposition of the case is a decision that ends the case. Disposition can also refer to how the court handles the case as it progresses.
The placement of whole human remains or cremated remains in their final resting place. A Permit for Disposition must be filed with the local registrar before disposition can take place.
the final result of a criminal case. This may be by a finding of guilty, not guilty, dismissal or a plea of no contest
1. The final outcome or resolution of a court case or criminal matter. 2. The formal resolution of a case by a court.
The second phase of the court proceeding, which follows the adjudication, and which focuses on the issue of custody and the best interest of the child. MERGENCY DETENTION HEARING May be the first court hearing held in an abuse, neglect, or dependency case. The county agency files a complaint in juvenile court asking for emergency custody of a child who is alleged to be in imminent danger of physical or emotional harm if not removed from his/ her home environment. X PARTE COMMUNICATIONS Literally means "one side only". This term refers to discussion held between a party (or interested individual) in a court proceeding and the judge or referee, when the other party is not present. Such communications are often considered unfair, and for this reason judges and referees avoid discussing a pending case with any of the interested parties except in a court proceeding where all interested parties are present. However, ex parte placement orders are considered appropriate in the most extreme circumstances such as abandonment, severe medical conditions of a parent, or other incapacitation of the parent.
The sentence (court order) to be followed after a child has been adjudicated of an offense.
The placement of cremated or whole remains in their final resting place.
Part of a delinquency process which is similar to "sentencing." The judge will consider a variety of sentences for the defendant, rather than a standard sentence.
the result of a judicial proceeding by withdrawal, settlement, order, judgment or sentence