TDCAA    TDCAA Community  Hop To Forum Categories  Juvenile Law    Order to Appear in the Time of COVID-19
Go
New
Find
Notify
Tools
Reply
  
Order to Appear in the Time of COVID-19 Login/Join 
Member
posted
I have a discretionary transfer hearing set next week. This is admittedly not a "essential" proceeding per the OCA guidelines, but I am loath to cancel it because we have had heck getting the juvenile-respondent located and served with a summons.

My question is, if his attorney and I sign an agreed order resetting this matter for a later date, could I still get a capias on this guy if he fails to appear? We are now back to having a hard time getting a good address.
 
Posts: 364 | Location: Plainview, Hale County | Registered: January 11, 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
  Powered by Social Strata  
 

TDCAA    TDCAA Community  Hop To Forum Categories  Juvenile Law    Order to Appear in the Time of COVID-19

© TDCAA, 2001. All Rights Reserved.