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In re Interest of Quincy J.

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Date: 
Wednesday, February 5, 2014

S-13-0664, In re Interest of Quincy J.

Separate Juvenile Court for Lancaster County, Judge Reggie L. Ryder

Attorneys: CJ Roberts (Special Assistant Attorney General for NDHHS) (Appellant) --- S.A. Mora James and Toni Jeija-Wilson (for Appellee)

Civil: Law violation; disposition under LB 561

Proceedings below: The separate juvenile court sustained the Motion for Approval for a Higher Level of Care and committed the juvenile at the YRTC-Kearney. The court overruled the Motion for Alternative Disposition and did not place the juvenile at YRTC-Kearney as a condition of intensive supervised probation.

Issues:  The juvenile court erred in placing Quincy J. at YRTC-Kearney without making the placement a condition of intensive supervised probation as required by Neb. Rev. Stat. § 43-247.02(2) (2013), Laws 2013, LB561. 

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