transfer hearing

transfer hearing

A court hearing to decide whether a juvenile should be tried in adult court.
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"Despite prodding from Umali and other members of the committee, Aguirre has not directly said that the delays in action to his request to transfer hearing of Maute/Islamic State cases from Cagayan de Oro to Manila constituted an impeachable offense the justice secretary's answers were not definite," he stressed.
(67) Once a child is automatically charged as an adult, she may request that the adult criminal court transfer her to juvenile court; i.e., a "reverse transfer." (68) Upon a reverse transfer request, the statute provides that the adult court should conduct a transfer hearing using the same factors in the discretionary transfer law.
At present, a judge presiding over a transfer hearing may consider the child's best interests and the public's best interests but is not required to consider both.
QUETTA -- Anti-Terrorist Court on Monday rejected the plea to transfer hearing of Nawab Muhammad Akbar Khan Bugti's murder case to the Session Court.
Former federal minister Aftab Ahmad Sherpao pleaded to the court to transfer hearing of Nawab Muhammad Akbar Khan Bugti's murder case to Session Court or any other court.
Orders of the JPML setting a hearing and other orders of the JPML issued prior to the order either directing or denying transfer are filed in the Office of the Clerk of the district court in which a transfer hearing is to be or has been held.
862(C)(2) (2009) (transfer hearing record is not admissible in subsequent criminal proceedings except for impeachment); see also In re Bruno, 388 So.
FITCHBURG - Details on a proposed Water Street nightclub called "Club Confidential" emerged last night during a license transfer hearing before the License Commission.
Discretion by the judge to decide what constituted an offence was gone and the transfer hearing was created.
Middlesex County District Attorney Thomas Reilly, also a champion for automatic waiver for juveniles charged with serious crimes, decided to prosecute O'Brien himself during the transfer hearing. District Court Judge Paul Heffernan, a former DYS employee and probation officer and a highly regarded juvenile court judge, refused the transfer petition, ruling that O'Brien, who had no previous record, was amenable to treatment in the juvenile justice system.
In some cases, the law calls for transfer hearings to be held.