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Juvenile Court Rules Juvenile Court Standing Order 2–15: Relief from notification requirements of Rule 13(b) of the Trial Court Rule VIII, Uniform Rules of Impoundment Procedure

Effective Date: 10/01/2015

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Standing order 2-15

Any party or interested nonparty filing materials in a Juvenile Court case that is impounded by statute, caselaw, court rule or standing order, is not required to file a notice identifying the case and/or the material as 'impounded' as required by Rule 13(b) of the Uniform Rules of Impoundment Procedure.  In the Juvenile Court, any cases or case records that are confidential or not available for public inspection are considered to be impounded by statute, caselaw, court rule or standing order. These cases include but are not limited to care and protection and delinquency cases. Rule 13(b) of the Uniform Rules of Impoundment Procedure applies only to Juvenile Court cases and case records that are open to the public and to public inspection, such as Youthful Offender and adult criminal cases.

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