DTA

概要

The Juvenile District Court Division deals with cases involving individuals under 18 years old who are accused of committing minor offenses, misdemeanors, or felonies. Traffic offenses for juveniles are handled in County Court. If a juvenile has committed a violent offense and is at least 14 years old, they may be charged as an adult. This division also manages a juvenile diversion program that assists many first-time offenders. The diversion program uses education, community, and family services to redirect juveniles away from the criminal justice system.

よくあるご質問

  1. はい。 子供が 18 歳未満の場合、親または保護者が法廷に同行する必要があります。

  2. If a juvenile is accused of a felony, the officer will take the reports to the District Attorney's Office for review. Then, the Deputy District Attorney will decide on the appropriate charges. After that, a letter will be sent to the juvenile and their parents or guardians, letting them know about the court date. For misdemeanor charges, the officer will give the juvenile a summons (ticket) to sign along with a parent or guardian. The court date will be written on that document.

  3. (970) 493-1212 のオフィスに電話して 0 を押してサポートを依頼するか、#1 Old Town Square, Suite 201, Fort Collins CO 80524 のオフィスに行って申請書に記入してください。

  4. はい。 ただし、少年が拘留されていて、警官が犯罪への関与について質問したい場合は、親/保護者が立ち会う必要があります。

  5. If more than one juvenile is charged with a crime, the court can order all the participants to pay the full amount of restitution. Once the court has received the full amount, they will stop accepting payments. This ensures that if one defendant doesn't pay, the victim will still be fully reimbursed

  6. In Colorado, there's no official process for emancipation. To be considered emancipated, a juvenile must be at least 16 years old and independent in matters like care, custody, and earnings. They can also be married or in the military. If this independence can be clearly shown, the juvenile may be considered emancipated. There's no formal procedure required for emancipation. It's a status that a person finds themselves in, rather than a legal process that "emancipates" them. If a parent signs an affidavit stating that the juvenile is emancipated, it may help prove their status, but it's not the only thing the courts would consider if the emancipation status is questioned.

  7. 犯罪で起訴された少年、またはその親または保護者は、その事件に関するすべての警察報告を受ける権利があります。 被害者は、副地方検事の裁量により、アクセスを制限することができます。 未成年者に関する警察の報告書は一般に公開されていません。

  8. をご覧ください。 セントラル サービス & ディスカバリー ディスカバリーに関する情報の Web ページ。

  9. あなたのケースがどのように進行するかについて懸念がある場合は、 私たちにメールを送って. あなたが弁護士によって代理されている場合、私たちはあなたの事件についてあなたと話し合うことを禁じられています. これらの懸念事項については、弁護士に相談する必要があります。

 

お問い合わせ先

法廷 2A: (970) 494-3560

地方検事局、少年課 (970) 498-7287