This Thomson Reuters website offers free access to an unsophisticated version of Arizona state and local court rules as published in West`s Arizona Revised Statutes Annotated. Since the Rules of Procedure of the Juvenile Courts are being revised and will enter into force on 1 July 2022, the following recorded sessions provide the Juvenile Justice Officer with the necessary tools to manage the changes. Arizona Juvenile Law and Practice is an all-in-one reference manual for family and juvenile law practitioners that describes each step of juvenile court proceedings, from the court`s acceptance of jurisdiction over a child to the end of that jurisdiction. The author, a pro tem judge/commissioner of the Juvenile Division of the Maricopa County Superior Court, and a panel of invited experts examine: Welcome to the recently improved website for Arizona court rules. This website has been updated to ensure you have a positive Thomson Reuters Westlaw experience. This website is operated by Thomson Reuters. To begin your advanced experience, click on the links below or select the „Search” link to browse the Arizona Court Rules. Order Amending Rules 2.3(b) and 31.13(c), the Code of Criminal Procedure, Rule 106, the Rules of Procedure of the Juvenile Court, and Rules 111 and 123(g), Rules of the Supreme Court, (Names of Victims) New Juvenile Sentences (R20-0044) – Effective July 1, 2022 Using this website, you agree not to use it in any way: which could disable: overload, damage or alter the Website or interfere with any other party`s use of the Website or use any device, software or routine that interferes with the proper functioning of the Website. Revised 2022.5 Chapters of the Book of the Juvenile Judiciary (contains changes to the rules as of 1 July 2022) Chapter 1 – Adoption Chapter 2 – Delinquency Chapter 3 – Transfer Chapter 4 – Dependency Chapter 5 – Termination of the parent-child relationship Books for young adults (to be used before 1 July 2022) In accordance with the agenda of the August 2022 Rules of Procedure, the Court issued an order amending the fourteen rules of procedure of the Juvenile Court, implementing the most recent legislative amendments made during the 2021 and 2022 legislatures. On July 11, 2022, the Court opened the application for public comment, with comments to be submitted by October 3, 2022 and any response by October 17, 2022. On its December 2022 agenda, the Court will decide on a permanent basis whether to adopt these rule changes on a permanent basis.
Order immediately amending Rules 38, 40, 47.1, 50, 52 and 56 of the Arizona Rules of Procedure for juvenile court. The deadline for public comment follows, comments until May 20, 2011. Panelists: The Honourable Mark Armstrong Beth Beckmann, ESQ. The Honourable Joseph C. Kreamer The Honourable Kathleen Quigley the Honourable Anna Young. Final Order Amending the Juvenile Court Rules of Procedure and Related Rules Registered Sessions Youth Rules 2022 Part I – Overview Youth Rules 2022 Part II – Youth Delinquency Rules 2022 Part III – Youth Protection Regulations 2022 Part IV – Adoption of Youth Rules 2022 Part V – Youth Emancipation Rules 2022 Part VI – Appeals.