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See also Rule 165 . See also Rule 171 . (2) When the Court orders a disposition other than a copy of the petition, the charging petition, a Notice of Rights and a Summary of the Evidence signed by the probation officer and a signed copy of the Court's findings. (3) The Court's order should specify the disposition. (4) The clerk of court shall not issue a summons for a juvenile delinquency petition, other than an arrest warrant, until the disposition of the petition has been determined. No further copies of petitions shall be issued. (5) If, prior to the hearing on the petition, the Court orders a disposition other than the copy of the petition or a summary thereof, the arresting officer shall deliver a copy of the order or summary to the minor. No further copies of petitions shall be issued. Rule 171 Juvenile Delinquency, Procedural Rules (1) An arrest made by an officer of a political subdivision of this state or a peace officer of another state or of a federal law enforcement agency pursuant to this Rule is a valid arrest within this state for the purpose of a juvenile petition. (2) Notice of an arrest for juvenile delinquency made by a peace officer of this state or of another state or of a federal law enforcement agency shall be given to the minor by the officer at the time of arrest. (3) Upon conviction of the minor, or his waiver of a juvenile court hearing, the arresting officer shall deliver a copy of the petition or the court's order of disposition to the minor, and shall give the minor the opportunity to be represented by counsel. (4) The summons and written copy of the petition shall be delivered to the juvenile court, and the court's order of disposition shall be made a part of the juvenile court record. (5) No other summons or copies of the petition shall be issued. (6) As a condition of release, the minor may be detained at any time for a reasonable period of time by an officer of the court. Rule 172 Child in Need of Care Hearing (1) On receipt of a petition alleging that a minor is a child in need of care, the court shall set a hearing within 15 days of receipt of the petition. The court may continue the hearing if the child's placement or guardian is not known and if the minor is not in custody or under court supervision. (2) At the hearing, the court shall determine whether there is probable cause to

 

 

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