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Minnesota Rules of Juvenile Delinquency Procedure


Effective September 1, 2003
With amendments received through August 1, 2008


Introductory Statement


2.Notice of the Rights of Victims in Juvenile Court
3.Notice in Lieu of Summons
5.Prosecutor's Request for Disclosure
6.Prosecutor's Notice of Evidence and Identification Procedures
7.Petition to Proceed Pro Se in Juvenile Delinquency Proceeding
8.Statement of Rights: Juvenile Delinquency Proceedings
9.Statement of Rights: Juvenile Petty Offender Proceedings
10.Statement of Rights: Juvenile Traffic Offender Proceedings
11.Statement of Rights: Juvenile Probation Revocation
12.Waiver of Right to Contested Hearing in an Extended Jurisdiction Juvenile Case
13.Waiver of Right to Contested Hearing in a Non-Presumptive Certification Case
14.Waiver of Right to Contested Hearing in a Presumptive Certification Case
15.Petition to Enter Plea of Guilty in an Extended Jurisdiction Juvenile Case
16.Petition to Enter Plea of Guilty in a Juvenile Delinquency Matter
17.EJJ Adult Stayed Sentence

Introductory Statement

The following forms are provided as an aid to practitioners and the court in the juvenile justice system. The forms are not mandatory, but shall be accepted by the court if offered by any party or counsel for their designated purpose. The Advisory Committee on Juvenile Delinquency Rules strongly recommends that Forms 12 through 16 be used in all felony level or enhanceable cases. A sample petition may be found on the Minnesota Judicial Branch Web site.