LJuCR 7.12 DISPOSITION HEARING (a) Time. (1) A disposition hearing will in most cases be held immediately following a plea or verdict of guilty upon presentation of an oral or written predisposition report or a written risk assessment. By stipulation of counsel and approval of court the matter may proceed to disposition without the probation officer present. (2) If disposition is continued following a plea or verdict of guilty the court will enter an order setting a time for hearing and directing the juvenile, if not in detention, to report to a probation counselor within 24 hours to schedule an interview. A copy of the order shall be given by the deputy prosecuting attorney to defense counsel at the time of entry of the finding of guilty and an additional copy furnished promptly to the supervisor. (3) If disposition is continued a disposition hearing will be set by the court not more than 14 days following a plea or verdict of guilty if the juvenile is in detention. If the juvenile is not in detention the hearing shall be set not more than 21 days following the plea or verdict. In either case if the standard range sentence would provide for a commitment to the Juvenile Rehabilitation Administration, or if the offense is a sex offense then a written predisposition report is required unless specifically waived by the court upon a showing of good cause.
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