§49-4-103. Proceedings may not be evidence against child, or be published; adjudication is not a conviction and not a bar to civil service eligibility.
§49-4-111. Criteria and procedure for temporary removal of child from foster home; foster care arrangement termination; notice of child's availability for placement; adoption; sibling placements; limitations.
§49-4-114. Consent by agency or department to adoption of child; statement of relinquishment by parent; counseling services; petition to terminate parental rights; notice; hearing; court orders.
§49-4-301. Custody of a neglected child by law enforcement in emergency situations; protective custody; requirements; notices; petition for appointment of special guardian; discharge; immunity.
§49-4-302. Authorizing a family court judge to order custody of a child in emergency situations; requirements; orders; investigative reports; notification required.
§49-4-303. Emergency removal by department before filing of petition; conditions; referee; application for emergency custody; order.
§49-4-402. Multidisciplinary investigative teams; establishment; membership; procedures; coordination among agencies; confidentiality.
§49-4-404. Court review of service plan; hearing; required findings; order; team member's objections.
§49-4-405. Multidisciplinary treatment planning process involving child abuse and neglect; team membership; duties; reports; admissions.
§49-4-406. Multidisciplinary treatment process for status offenders or delinquents; requirements; custody; procedure; reports; cooperation; inadmissibility of certain statements.
§49-4-501. Prosecuting attorney representation of the Department of Health and Human Resources; conflict resolution.
§49-4-502. Prosecuting attorney to cooperate with persons other than the department in child abuse and neglect matters; duties.
§49-4-601. Petition to court when child believed neglected or abused; venue; notice; right to counsel; continuing legal education; findings; proceedings; procedure.
§49-4-602. Petition to court when child believed neglected or abused; temporary care, custody, and control of child at different stages of proceeding; temporary care; orders; emergency removal; when reasonable efforts to preserve family are unnecessary.
§49-4-603. Medical and mental examinations; limitation of evidence; probable cause; testimony; judge or referee.
§49-4-604. Disposition of neglected or abused children; case plans; dispositions; factors to be considered; reunification; orders; alternative dispositions.
§49-4-608. Permanency hearing; frequency; transitional planning; out-of-state placements; findings; notice; permanent placement review.
§49-4-610. Improvement periods in cases of child neglect or abuse; findings; orders; extensions; hearings; time limits.
§49-4-701. Juvenile jurisdiction of circuit courts, magistrate courts and municipal courts; Constitutional guarantees; requirements; hearings; right to counsel; opportunity to be heard; evidence and transcripts.
§49-4-702. Prepetition diversion to informal resolution; mandatory prepetition diversion program for status offenses and misdemeanor offenses; prepetition review team.
§49-4-702a. Noncustodial counseling or community services provided to a juvenile; prepetition counsel and advice.
§49-4-704. Institution of proceedings by petition; notice to juvenile and parents; preliminary hearings; subpoena.
§49-4-705. Taking a juvenile into custody; requirements; existing conditions; detention centers; medical aid.
§49-4-708. Preliminary hearing; counsel; custody; court requirements; preadjudicatory community supervision period.
§49-4-711. Adjudication for alleged status offenders and delinquents; mandatory initial disposition of status offenders.
§49-4-712. Intervention and services by the department pursuant to initial disposition for status offenders or juvenile found incompetent to stand trial; enforcement; further disposition; detention; out-of-home placement; department custody; least restrictive alternative; appeal; prohibiting placement of status offenders or a juvenile found incompetent to stand trial in a Bureau of Juvenile Services facility.
§49-4-713. Graduated penalties for juvenile alcohol consumption; fines; community service; revocation of driver's license.
§49-4-715. Authority of the courts to impose additional penalties; public service projects; ineligible to operate a motor vehicle; restitution.
§49-4-716. Teen court program; alternative; suitability; unsuccessful cooperation; requirements; fees.
§49-4-726. Study of juvenile competency issues; requiring and requesting report and proposed legislation; submission to Legislature.
§49-4-733. Procedure after determination of juvenile’s competency to participate in the proceedings.
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