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§ 7B-100. Purpose.
§ 7B-101. Definitions.
§ 7B-200. Jurisdiction.
§ 7B-201. Retention and termination of jurisdiction.
§ 7B-202. Permanency mediation.
§§ 7B-203 through 7B-299. Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7B-300. Protective services.
§ 7B-301. Duty to report abuse, neglect, dependency, or death due to maltreatment.
§ 7B-302. Assessment by director; access to confidential information; notification of person making the report.
§ 7B-303. Interference with assessment.
§ 7B-304: Repealed by Session Laws 2003, c. 140, s. 1, effective June 4, 2003.
§ 7B-305. Request for review by prosecutor.
§ 7B-306. Review by prosecutor.
§ 7B-307. Duty of director to report evidence of abuse, neglect; investigation by local law enforcement; notification of Department of Health and Human Services and State Bureau of Investigation.
§ 7B-308. Authority of medical professionals in abuse cases.
§ 7B-309. Immunity of persons reporting and cooperating in an assessment.
§ 7B-310. Privileges not grounds for failing to report or for excluding evidence.
§ 7B-311. Central registry; responsible individuals list.
§§ 7B-312 through 7B-319: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7B-320. Notification to individual responsible for abuse or substantial neglect.
§ 7B-321. Requests for expunction; director review.
§ 7B-322. District attorney review expunction request.
§ 7B-323. Petition for expunction; district court.
§ 7B-324. Persons ineligible to request expunction; stay of expunction proceeding pending juvenile court case.
§§ 7B-325 through 7B-329: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7B-400. Venue.
§ 7B-401. Pleading and process.
§ 7B-402. Petition.
§ 7B-403. Receipt of reports; filing of petition.
§ 7B-404. Immediate need for petition when clerk's office is closed.
§ 7B-405. Commencement of action.
§ 7B-406. Issuance of summons.
§ 7B-407. Service of summons.
§ 7B-408. Copy of petition and notices to guardian ad litem.
§§ 7B-409 through 7B-413: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7B-500. Taking a juvenile into temporary custody; civil and criminal immunity.
§ 7B-501. Duties of person taking juvenile into temporary custody.
§ 7B-502. Authority to issue custody orders; delegation.
§ 7B-503. Criteria for nonsecure custody.
§ 7B-504. Order for nonsecure custody.
§ 7B-505. Place of nonsecure custody.
§ 7B-506. Hearing to determine need for continued nonsecure custody.
§ 7B-507. Reasonable efforts.
§ 7B-508. Telephonic communication authorized.
§ 7B-600. Appointment of guardian.
§ 7B-601. Appointment and duties of guardian ad litem.
§ 7B-602. Parent's right to counsel; guardian ad litem.
§ 7B-603. Payment of court-appointed attorney or guardian ad litem.
§ 7B-700. Sharing of information; discovery.
§ 7B-800. Amendment of petition.
§ 7B-801. Hearing.
§ 7B-802. Conduct of hearing.
§ 7B-803. Continuances.
§ 7B-804. Rules of evidence.
§ 7B-805. Quantum of proof in adjudicatory hearing.
§ 7B-806. Record of proceedings.
§ 7B-807. Adjudication.
§ 7B-808. Predisposition report.
§ 7B-900. Purpose.
§ 7B-900.1. Post adjudication venue.
§ 7B-901. Dispositional hearing.
§ 7B-902. Consent judgment in abuse, neglect, or dependency proceeding.
§ 7B-903. Dispositional alternatives for abused, neglected, or dependent juvenile.
§ 7B-904. Authority over parents of juvenile adjudicated as abused, neglected, or dependent.
§ 7B-905. Dispositional order.
§ 7B-906. Review of custody order.
§ 7B-907. Permanency planning hearing.
§ 7B-908. Post termination of parental rights' placement court review.
§ 7B-909. Review of agency's plan for placement.
§ 7B-910. Review of voluntary foster care placements.
§ 7B-911. Civil child-custody order.
§ 7B-1000. Authority to modify or vacate.
§ 7B-1001. Right to appeal.
§ 7B-1002. Proper parties for appeal.
§ 7B-1003. Disposition pending appeal.
§ 7B-1004. Disposition after appeal.
§ 7B-1100. Legislative intent; construction of Article.
§ 7B-1101. Jurisdiction.
§ 7B-1101.1. Parent's right to counsel; guardian ad litem.
§ 7B-1102. Pending child abuse, neglect, or dependency proceedings.
§ 7B-1103. Who may file a petition or motion.
§ 7B-1104. Petition or motion.
§ 7B-1105. Preliminary hearing; unknown parent.
§ 7B-1106. Issuance of summons.
§ 7B-1106.1. Notice in pending child abuse, neglect, or dependency cases.
§ 7B-1107. Failure of parent to answer or respond.
§ 7B-1108. Answer or response of parent; appointment of guardian ad litem for juvenile.
§ 7B-1108.1. Pretrial hearing.
§ 7B-1109. Adjudicatory hearing on termination.
§ 7B-1110. Determination of best interests of the juvenile.
§ 7B-1111. Grounds for terminating parental rights.
§ 7B-1112. Effects of termination order.
§ 7B-1113: Repealed by Session Laws 2005-398, s. 18, effective October 1, 2005.
§ 7B-1200. Office of Guardian ad Litem Services established.
§ 7B-1201. Implementation and administration.
§ 7B-1202. Conflict of interest or impracticality of implementation.
§ 7B-1203. Alternative plans.
§ 7B-1204. Civil liability of volunteers.
§ 7B-1300. Purpose.
§ 7B-1301. Program on Prevention of Abuse and Neglect.
§ 7B-1302. Children's Trust Fund.
§ 7B-1400. Declaration of public policy.
§ 7B-1401. Definitions.
§ 7B-1402. Task Force – creation; membership; vacancies.
§ 7B-1403. Task Force – duties.
§ 7B-1404. State Team – creation; membership; vacancies.
§ 7B-1405. State Team – duties.
§ 7B-1406. Community Child Protection Teams; Child Fatality Prevention Teams; creation and duties.
§ 7B-1407. Local Teams; composition.
§ 7B-1408. Child Fatality Prevention Team Coordinator; duties.
§ 7B-1409. Community Child Protection Teams; duties of the director of the county department of social services.
§ 7B-1410. Local Teams; duties of the director of the local department of health.
§ 7B-1411. Community Child Protection Teams; responsibility for training of team members.
§ 7B-1412. Task Force – reports.
§ 7B-1413. Access to records.
§ 7B-1414. Administration; funding.
§ 7B-1500. Purpose.
§ 7B-1501. Definitions.
§ 7B-1600. Jurisdiction over undisciplined juveniles.
§ 7B-1601. Jurisdiction over delinquent juveniles.
§ 7B-1602. Extended jurisdiction over a delinquent juvenile under certain circumstances.
§ 7B-1603. Jurisdiction in certain circumstances.
§ 7B-1604. Limitations on juvenile court jurisdiction.
§ 7B-1700. Intake services.
§ 7B-1700.1. Duty to report abuse, neglect, dependency.
§ 7B-1701. Preliminary inquiry.
§ 7B-1702. Evaluation.
§ 7B-1703. Evaluation decision.
§ 7B-1704. Request for review by prosecutor.
§ 7B-1705. Review of determination that petition should not be filed.
§ 7B-1706. Diversion plans and referral.
§ 7B-1707. Direct contempt by juvenile.
§ 7B-1800. Venue.
§ 7B-1801. Pleading and process.
§ 7B-1802. Petition.
§ 7B-1803. Receipt of complaints; filing of petition.
§ 7B-1804. Commencement of action.
§ 7B-1805. Issuance of summons.
§ 7B-1806. Service of summons.
§ 7B-1807. Notice to parent and juvenile of scheduled hearings.
§ 7B-1808. First appearance for felony cases.
§ 7B-1900. Taking a juvenile into temporary custody.
§ 7B-1901. Duties of person taking juvenile into temporary custody.
§ 7B-1902. Authority to issue custody orders; delegation.
§ 7B-1903. Criteria for secure or nonsecure custody.
§ 7B-1904. Order for secure or nonsecure custody.
§ 7B-1905. Place of secure or nonsecure custody.
§ 7B-1906. Secure or nonsecure custody hearings.
§ 7B-1907. Telephonic communication authorized.
§ 7B-2000. Juvenile's right to counsel; presumption of indigence.
§ 7B-2001. Appointment of guardian.
§ 7B-2002. Payment of court-appointed attorney.
§ 7B-2100. Role of the law enforcement officer.
§ 7B-2101. Interrogation procedures.
§ 7B-2102. Fingerprinting and photographing juveniles.
§ 7B-2103. Authority to issue nontestimonial identification order where juvenile alleged to be delinquent.
§ 7B-2104. Time of application for nontestimonial identification order.
§ 7B-2105. Grounds for nontestimonial identification order.
§ 7B-2106. Issuance of order.
§ 7B-2107. Nontestimonial identification order at request of juvenile.
§ 7B-2108. Destruction of records resulting from nontestimonial identification procedures.
§ 7B-2109. Penalty for willful violation.
§ 7B-2200. Transfer of jurisdiction of juvenile to superior court.
§ 7B-2201. Fingerprinting juvenile transferred to superior court.
§ 7B-2202. Probable cause hearing.
§ 7B-2203. Transfer hearing.
§ 7B-2204. Right to pretrial release; detention.
§ 7B-2300. Disclosure of evidence by petitioner.
§ 7B-2301. Disclosure of evidence by juvenile.
§ 7B-2302. Regulation of discovery; protective orders.
§ 7B-2303. Continuing duty to disclose.
§ 7B-2400. Amendment of petition.
§ 7B-2401. Determination of incapacity to proceed; evidence; temporary commitment; temporary orders.
§ 7B-2402. Open hearings.
§ 7B-2402.1. Restraint of juveniles in courtroom.
§ 7B-2403. Adjudicatory hearing.
§ 7B-2404. Participation of the prosecutor.
§ 7B-2405. Conduct of the adjudicatory hearing.
§ 7B-2406. Continuances.
§ 7B-2407. When admissions by juvenile may be accepted.
§ 7B-2408. Rules of evidence.
§ 7B-2409. Quantum of proof in adjudicatory hearing.
§ 7B-2410. Record of proceedings.
§ 7B-2411. Adjudication.
§ 7B-2412. Legal effect of adjudication of delinquency.
§ 7B-2413. Predisposition investigation and report.
§ 7B-2414. When jeopardy attaches.
§ 7B-2500. Purpose.
§ 7B-2501. Dispositional hearing.
§ 7B-2502. Evaluation and treatment of undisciplined and delinquent juveniles.
§ 7B-2503. Dispositional alternatives for undisciplined juveniles.
§ 7B-2504. Conditions of protective supervision for undisciplined juveniles.
§ 7B-2505. Contempt of court for undisciplined juveniles.
§ 7B-2506. Dispositional alternatives for delinquent juveniles.
§ 7B-2507. Delinquency history levels.
§ 7B-2508. Dispositional limits for each class of offense and delinquency history level.
§ 7B-2509. Registration of certain delinquent juveniles.
§ 7B-2510. Conditions of probation; violation of probation.
§ 7B-2511. Termination of probation.
§ 7B-2512. Dispositional order.
§ 7B-2513. Commitment of delinquent juvenile to Department.
§ 7B-2514. Post-release supervision planning; release.
§ 7B-2515. Notification of extended commitment; plan of treatment.
§ 7B-2516. Revocation of post-release supervision.
§ 7B-2517. Transfer authority of Governor.
§ 7B-2600. Authority to modify or vacate.
§ 7B-2601. Request for modification for lack of suitable services.
§ 7B-2602. Right to appeal.
§ 7B-2603. Right to appeal transfer decision.
§ 7B-2604. Proper parties for appeal.
§ 7B-2605. Disposition pending appeal.
§ 7B-2606. Disposition after appeal.
§ 7B-2700. Appearance in court.
§ 7B-2701. Parental responsibility classes.
§ 7B-2702. Medical, surgical, psychiatric, or psychological evaluation or treatment of juvenile or parent.
§ 7B-2703. Compliance with orders of court.
§ 7B-2704. Payment of support or other expenses; assignment of insurance coverage.
§ 7B-2705. Employment discrimination unlawful.
§ 7B-2706. Contempt for failure to comply.
§ 7B-2800. (For contingent repeal – see note) Execution of Compact.
§ 7B-2801. (For contingent repeal – see note) Findings and purposes.
§ 7B-2802. (For contingent repeal – see note) Existing rights and remedies.
§ 7B-2803. (For contingent repeal – see note) Definitions.
§ 7B-2804. (For contingent repeal – see note) Return of runaways.
§ 7B-2805. (For contingent repeal – see note) Return of escapees and absconders.
§ 7B-2806. (For contingent repeal – see note) Voluntary return procedure.
§ 7B-2807. (For contingent repeal – see note) Cooperative supervision of probationers and parolees.
§ 7B-2808. (For contingent repeal – see note) Responsibility for costs.
§ 7B-2809. (For contingent repeal – see note) Detention practices.
§ 7B-2810. (For contingent repeal – see note) Supplementary agreements.
§ 7B-2811. (For contingent repeal – see note) Acceptance of federal and other aid.
§ 7B-2812. (For contingent repeal – see note) Compact administrators.
§ 7B-2813. (For contingent repeal – see note) Execution of Compact.
§ 7B-2814. (For contingent repeal – see note) Renunciation.
§ 7B-2815. (For contingent repeal – see note) Severability.
§ 7B-2816. (For contingent repeal – see note) Authority of Governor to designate Compact Administrator.
§ 7B-2817. (For contingent repeal – see note) Authority of Compact Administrator to enter into supplementary agreements.
§ 7B-2818. (For contingent repeal – see note) Discharging financial obligations imposed by Compact or agreement.
§ 7B-2819. (For contingent repeal – see note) Enforcement of Compact.
§ 7B-2820. (For contingent repeal – see note) Additional procedure for returning runaways not precluded.
§ 7B-2821. (For contingent repeal – see note) Proceedings for return of runaways under G.S. 7B-2804 of Compact; “juvenile” construed.
§ 7B-2822. (For contingent repeal – see note) Interstate parole and probation hearing procedures for juveniles.
§ 7B-2823. (For contingent repeal – see note) Hearing officers.
§ 7B-2824. (For contingent repeal – see note) Due process at parole or probation violation hearing.
§ 7B-2825. (For contingent repeal – see note) Effect of parole or probation violation hearing outside State.
§ 7B-2826. (For contingent repeal – see note) Amendment to Interstate Compact on Juveniles concerning interstate rendition of juveniles alleged to be delinquent.
§ 7B-2827. (For contingent repeal – see note) Out-of-State Confinement Amendment.
§§ 7B-2828 through 7B-2899: Reserved for future codification purposes.
§ 7B-2900. Definitions.
§ 7B-2901. Confidentiality of records.
§ 7B-2902. Disclosure in child fatality or near fatality cases.
§ 7B-3000. Juvenile court records.
§ 7B-3001. Other records relating to juveniles.
§ 7B-3100. Disclosure of information about juveniles.
§ 7B-3101. Notification of schools when juveniles are alleged or found to be delinquent.
§ 7B-3102. Disclosure of information about juveniles who escape.
§ 7B-3200. Expunction of records of juveniles alleged or adjudicated delinquent and undisciplined.
§ 7B-3201. Effect of expunction.
§ 7B-3202. Notice of expunction.
§ 7B-3300: Repealed by Session Laws 2005-276, s. 14.19(c), effective July 1, 2005.
§ 7B-3400. Juvenile under 18 subject to parents' control.
§ 7B-3401. Definitions.
§ 7B-3402. Exceptions.
§ 7B-3403. No criminal liability created.
§ 7B-3404. Enforcement.
§ 7B-3500. Who may petition.
§ 7B-3501. Petition.
§ 7B-3502. Summons.
§ 7B-3503. Hearing.
§ 7B-3504. Considerations for emancipation.
§ 7B-3505. Final decree of emancipation.
§ 7B-3506. Costs of court.
§ 7B-3507. Legal effect of final decree.
§ 7B-3508. Appeals.
§ 7B-3509. Application of common law.
§ 7B-3600. Judicial authorization of emergency treatment; procedure.
§ 7B-3700. Consent required for bringing child into State for placement or adoption.
§ 7B-3701. Bond required.
§ 7B-3702. Consent required for removing child from State.
§ 7B-3703. Violation of Article a misdemeanor.
§ 7B-3704. Definitions.
§ 7B-3705. Application of Article.
§ 7B-3800. Adoption of Compact.
§ 7B-3801. Financial responsibility under Compact.
§ 7B-3802. Agreements under Compact.
§ 7B-3803. Visitation, inspection or supervision.
§ 7B-3804. Compact to govern between party states.
§ 7B-3805. Placement of delinquents.
§ 7B-3806. Compact Administrator.
§ 7B-3900. Legislative findings and purposes.
§ 7B-3901. Definitions.
§ 7B-3902. Compacts authorized.
§ 7B-3903. Content of compacts.
§ 7B-3904. Medical assistance.
§ 7B-3905. Federal participation.
§ 7B-3906. Compact Administrator.
§ 7B-4000. (For effective date – see note) Short title.
§ 7B-4001. (For effective date – see note) Governor to execute Compact; form of Compact.
§ 7B-4002. (For effective date – see note) Implementation of the Compact.