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Index of SCAO-Approved Forms for Use in Juvenile Designated Cases

 

This set of forms is used in juvenile designation proceedings. The forms must be filed in the family division of circuit court. See also the index for general forms which are used in juvenile proceedings as appropriate.

 

  
  
  
Citation
Previous Versions
Judgment of Conviction (Designated Case)
  
10/20
MCL 712A.2d, MCR 3.954, 18 USC 822(g)(9)(c)
(12/18) version -existing stock may be used through September 30, 2021, as long as PII is protected or redacted according to the court rules.
Judgment of Sentence/Commitment to Department of Corrections (Designated Case)
  
12/18
MCL 12.206, MCL 712A.18(1)(m), MCL 712A.18g, MCL 712A.18k, MCR 3.936, MCR 3.955
(6/15) version can be used until 6/30/2019
Judgment of Sentence/Commitment to Jail (Designated Case)
  
12/18
MCL 12.206, MCL 712A.18g, MCL 712A.18i, MCL 712A.18j, MCL 712A.18k, MCR 3.936, MCR 3.955
(9/16) version can be used until 6/30/2019
Notice of Hearing (Designated Case)
  
10/20
MCL 712A.2d, MCL 712A.18i, MCR 3.920(C), MCR 3.951, MCR 3.952(B), MCR 3.956
(9/06) version - existing stock may be used through September 30, 2021, as long as PII is protected or redacted according to the court rules.
Order after Designation Hearing
  
1/21
MCL 712A.2d, MCR 3.952
(11/05) version - existing stock may be used through September 30, 2021, as long as PII is protected or redacted according to the court rules.
Order after Preliminary Examination (Designated Case)
  
1/21
MCL 712A.2d, MCR 3.953
(9/10) version - existing stock may be used through September 30, 2021, as long as PII is protected or redacted according to the court rules.
Order Delaying Sentence (Designated Case)
  
12/18
MCL 12.206, MCL 712A.18(1)(m), MCL 712A.18k, MCR 3.936, MCR 3.955(D)
(12/17) version can be used until 6/30/2019
Order of Probation (Designated Case)
  
1/21
MCL 712A.18, MCL 712A.18(1)(m), MCR 3.955, 18 USC 922(g)(8)(c)
(12/18) version - existing stock may be used through September 30, 2021, as long as PII is protected or redacted according to the court rules.