MCL - 236-1961-10C

REVISED JUDICATURE ACT OF 1961 (EXCERPT)
Act 236 of 1961
CHAPTER 10C
JUVENILE MENTAL HEALTH COURTS
Document Type Description
Section 600.1099b Section Definitions.
Section 600.1099c Section Juvenile mental health court; adoption by family division of circuit court; eligible participants; certification by state court administrative office.
Section 600.1099d Section Hiring or contracting with mental health professionals.
Section 600.1099e Section Admission to juvenile mental health court; preadmission screening; confidentiality of information obtained from preadmission screening and assessment; criminal history contained in L.E.I.N.
Section 600.1099f Section Juvenile alleged to have engaged in what constitutes a criminal act; conditions for admission to juvenile mental health court; withdrawal of admission of responsibility.
Section 600.1099g Section Victim's rights; written statement on admissibility.
Section 600.1099h Section Admission of juvenile into juvenile mental health court; requirements.
Section 600.1099i Section Juvenile mental health court program; requirements; completion of the program; exit evaluation; confidentiality of information obtained while participating in the program; exemption from disclosure.
Section 600.1099j Section Continued participation in the juvenile mental health court program; compliance with court orders; termination or discharge from participation in program; repayment of court costs; notification of objection to individual plan of services.
Section 600.1099k Section Completion or termination of the juvenile mental health court program; findings on the record or written statement in court file; discharge and dismissal of proceedings; duties of court; court proceedings closed to public; exemption from disclosure.
Section 600.1099l Section Collection and maintenance of information; standards for juvenile mental health courts; information exempt from disclosure.
Section 600.1099m Section Disposition of funds; report; advisory committee; training and technical assistance.