Free JV-574 Order After Judicial Review - California


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Date: June 24, 2009
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State: California
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JV-574
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Order After Judicial Review

Name of petitioner:

The court finds and orders: 2 After a review of the juvenile case file and review of any filed objections and a noticed hearing the court denies the request. Disclosure is not in the best interest of the child. After a review of the juvenile case file and review of any filed objections and a noticed hearing the court grants the request. The applicant has shown by a preponderance of the evidence that the records requested are necessary and have substantial relevance to the legitimate needs of the applicant. The court has balanced this need with the child's best interest. The court finds that the need for disclosure outweighs the policy considerations favoring confidentiality of juvenile records. a. The following records may be disclosed:
Fill in court name and street address:

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Superior Court of California, County of

Fill in child's name and date of birth:

Child's Name: Date of Birth:
Fill in case number

Case Number:

b.

The procedure for providing access is:

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c. 4

See attached. The child is deceased and the request is granted. a. The court has read and considered the following:

b.

There is a presumption under Welfare and Institutions Code section 827(a)(2)(B) in favor of the release of the documents unless a statutory reason for confidentiality is shown to exist. The court has balanced only the interests of the child who is the subject of the juvenile case file and the interests of other children who may be named in the file.

Judicial Council of California, www.courtinfo.ca.gov New January 1, 2009, Mandatory Form Welfare and Institutions Code, 827 California Rules of Court, rules 5.552, 5.553

Order After Judicial Review

JV-574, Page 1 of 2
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Case Number:

Your name:
c. The following records may be disclosed:

d.

The procedure for providing access is:

e. Any information relating to another child or which could identify another child, except for information about the deceased, must be redacted. f. 5 See attached.

The child is deceased and the request is denied. The court finds by a preponderance of the evidence that disclosure of the juvenile case file or of any portion of it is detrimental to the safety, protection, or physical or emotional well-being of another child who is directly or indirectly connected to the juvenile case that is the subject of the request.

Additional orders: 6 7 Applicant may not give the information to anyone who is not specified in section 827 of the Welfare and Institutions Code. Disclosure subject to protective order (list orders):

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Release of records listed in item 3a only. Release of records with redaction. Other:

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See attached. Date: Judge (or Judicial Officer)

New January 1, 2009, Mandatory Form

Order After Judicial Review

JV-574, Page 2 of 2