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Statutes > North-carolina > Chapter_7B > GS_7B-2604

§ 7B‑2604.  Properparties for appeal.

(a)        An appeal may betaken by the juvenile, the juvenile's parent, guardian, or custodian, a county,or the State.

(b)        The State's appealis limited to the following orders in delinquency or undisciplined cases:

(1)        An order finding aState statute to be unconstitutional; and

(2)        Any order whichterminates the prosecution of a petition by upholding the defense of doublejeopardy, by holding that a cause of action is not stated under a statute, orby granting a motion to suppress.

(c)        A county's appealis limited to orders in which the county has been ordered to pay for medical,surgical, psychiatric, psychological, or other evaluation or treatment of ajuvenile pursuant to G.S. 7B‑2502, or other medical, psychiatric, psychological,or other evaluation or treatment of a parent pursuant to G.S. 7B‑2702. (1979, c. 815, s. 1; 1998‑202,s. 6; 2003‑171, s. 1.)