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2006 Minnesota Statutes
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Subdivision 1. Persons entitled to appeal; procedure.
(a) An appeal may be taken by
the aggrieved person from a final order of the juvenile court affecting a substantial right of the
aggrieved person, including, but not limited to, an order adjudging a child to be delinquent or a
juvenile traffic offender. The appeal shall be taken within 30 days of the filing of the appealable
order. The court administrator shall notify the person having legal custody of the minor of
the appeal. Failure to notify the person having legal custody of the minor shall not affect
the jurisdiction of the appellate court. The order of the juvenile court shall stand, pending the
determination of the appeal, but the reviewing court may in its discretion and upon application
stay the order.
(b) An appeal may be taken by an aggrieved person from an order of the juvenile court on the
issue of certification of a matter for prosecution under the laws and court procedures controlling
adult criminal violations. Certification appeals shall be expedited as provided by applicable rules.
Subd. 2. Appeal.
The appeal from a juvenile court is taken to the court of appeals as in
civil cases, except as provided in subdivision 1.
History: 1999 c 139 art 2 s 38
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