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43-1005. Expense of returningjuvenile to state; how paid.The expense of returningjuveniles to this state pursuant to the Interstate Compact for Juvenilesshall be paid as follows:(1) In the case of a runaway, the courtmaking the requisition shall inquire summarily regarding the financial abilityof the petitioner to bear the expense and if it finds he or she is able todo so shall order that he or she pay all such expenses; otherwise the courtshall arrange for the transportation at the expense of the county and orderthat the county reimburse the person, if any, who returns the juvenile forhis or her actual and necessary expenses; and the court may order that thepetitioner reimburse the county for so much of said expense as the court findshe or she is able to pay. If the petitioner fails, without good cause, orrefuses to pay such sum, he or she may be proceeded against for contempt.(2) In the case of an escapee or absconder, if the juvenile is in the legal custodyof the Department of Health and Human Services it shall bear the expense ofhis or her return; otherwise the appropriate court shall, on petition of theperson entitled to his or her custody or charged with his or her supervision,arrange for the transportation at the expense of the county and order thatthe county reimburse the person, if any, who returns the juvenile, for hisor her actual and necessary expenses. In this subdivision appropriate courtmeans the juvenile court which adjudged the juvenile to be delinquent or,if the juvenile is under supervision for another state, then the juvenile court of the countyof the juvenile's residence during such supervision.(3) In the case of a voluntary return of a runaway withoutrequisition, the personentitled to his or her legal custody shall pay the expense of transportationand the actual and necessary expenses of the person, if any, who returns suchjuvenile; but if he or she is financially unable to pay all the expenses heor she may petition the juvenile court of the county of the petitioner's residencefor an order arranging for the transportation as provided in subdivision (1)of this section. The court shall inquire summarily into the financial abilityof the petitioner, and, if it finds he or she is unable to bear any or allof the expense, the court shall arrange for such transportation at the expenseof the county and shall order the county to reimburse the person, if any,who returns the juvenile, for his or her actual and necessary expenses. Thecourt may order that the petitioner reimburse the county for so much of saidexpense as the court finds he or she is able to pay. If the petitioner fails,without good cause, or refuses to pay such sum, he or she may be proceededagainst for contempt. SourceLaws 1963, c. 248, § 5, p. 756; Laws 1996, LB 1044, § 192; Laws 2009, LB237, § 2. Cross ReferencesInterstate Compact for Juveniles, see section 43-1011.

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Statutes > Nebraska > Chapter43 > 43-1005

43-1005. Expense of returningjuvenile to state; how paid.The expense of returningjuveniles to this state pursuant to the Interstate Compact for Juvenilesshall be paid as follows:(1) In the case of a runaway, the courtmaking the requisition shall inquire summarily regarding the financial abilityof the petitioner to bear the expense and if it finds he or she is able todo so shall order that he or she pay all such expenses; otherwise the courtshall arrange for the transportation at the expense of the county and orderthat the county reimburse the person, if any, who returns the juvenile forhis or her actual and necessary expenses; and the court may order that thepetitioner reimburse the county for so much of said expense as the court findshe or she is able to pay. If the petitioner fails, without good cause, orrefuses to pay such sum, he or she may be proceeded against for contempt.(2) In the case of an escapee or absconder, if the juvenile is in the legal custodyof the Department of Health and Human Services it shall bear the expense ofhis or her return; otherwise the appropriate court shall, on petition of theperson entitled to his or her custody or charged with his or her supervision,arrange for the transportation at the expense of the county and order thatthe county reimburse the person, if any, who returns the juvenile, for hisor her actual and necessary expenses. In this subdivision appropriate courtmeans the juvenile court which adjudged the juvenile to be delinquent or,if the juvenile is under supervision for another state, then the juvenile court of the countyof the juvenile's residence during such supervision.(3) In the case of a voluntary return of a runaway withoutrequisition, the personentitled to his or her legal custody shall pay the expense of transportationand the actual and necessary expenses of the person, if any, who returns suchjuvenile; but if he or she is financially unable to pay all the expenses heor she may petition the juvenile court of the county of the petitioner's residencefor an order arranging for the transportation as provided in subdivision (1)of this section. The court shall inquire summarily into the financial abilityof the petitioner, and, if it finds he or she is unable to bear any or allof the expense, the court shall arrange for such transportation at the expenseof the county and shall order the county to reimburse the person, if any,who returns the juvenile, for his or her actual and necessary expenses. Thecourt may order that the petitioner reimburse the county for so much of saidexpense as the court finds he or she is able to pay. If the petitioner fails,without good cause, or refuses to pay such sum, he or she may be proceededagainst for contempt. SourceLaws 1963, c. 248, § 5, p. 756; Laws 1996, LB 1044, § 192; Laws 2009, LB237, § 2. Cross ReferencesInterstate Compact for Juveniles, see section 43-1011.

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Statutes > Nebraska > Chapter43 > 43-1005

43-1005. Expense of returningjuvenile to state; how paid.The expense of returningjuveniles to this state pursuant to the Interstate Compact for Juvenilesshall be paid as follows:(1) In the case of a runaway, the courtmaking the requisition shall inquire summarily regarding the financial abilityof the petitioner to bear the expense and if it finds he or she is able todo so shall order that he or she pay all such expenses; otherwise the courtshall arrange for the transportation at the expense of the county and orderthat the county reimburse the person, if any, who returns the juvenile forhis or her actual and necessary expenses; and the court may order that thepetitioner reimburse the county for so much of said expense as the court findshe or she is able to pay. If the petitioner fails, without good cause, orrefuses to pay such sum, he or she may be proceeded against for contempt.(2) In the case of an escapee or absconder, if the juvenile is in the legal custodyof the Department of Health and Human Services it shall bear the expense ofhis or her return; otherwise the appropriate court shall, on petition of theperson entitled to his or her custody or charged with his or her supervision,arrange for the transportation at the expense of the county and order thatthe county reimburse the person, if any, who returns the juvenile, for hisor her actual and necessary expenses. In this subdivision appropriate courtmeans the juvenile court which adjudged the juvenile to be delinquent or,if the juvenile is under supervision for another state, then the juvenile court of the countyof the juvenile's residence during such supervision.(3) In the case of a voluntary return of a runaway withoutrequisition, the personentitled to his or her legal custody shall pay the expense of transportationand the actual and necessary expenses of the person, if any, who returns suchjuvenile; but if he or she is financially unable to pay all the expenses heor she may petition the juvenile court of the county of the petitioner's residencefor an order arranging for the transportation as provided in subdivision (1)of this section. The court shall inquire summarily into the financial abilityof the petitioner, and, if it finds he or she is unable to bear any or allof the expense, the court shall arrange for such transportation at the expenseof the county and shall order the county to reimburse the person, if any,who returns the juvenile, for his or her actual and necessary expenses. Thecourt may order that the petitioner reimburse the county for so much of saidexpense as the court finds he or she is able to pay. If the petitioner fails,without good cause, or refuses to pay such sum, he or she may be proceededagainst for contempt. SourceLaws 1963, c. 248, § 5, p. 756; Laws 1996, LB 1044, § 192; Laws 2009, LB237, § 2. Cross ReferencesInterstate Compact for Juveniles, see section 43-1011.

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