1999 Florida Code
984.01 Purposes and intent; personnel standards and screening.
TITLE XLVII CRIMINAL PROCEDURE AND CORRECTIONS
Chapter 984 Children and Families in Need of Services
984.02 Legislative intent for the juvenile justice system.
984.04 Families in need of services and children in need of services; procedures and jurisdiction.
984.05 Rules relating to habitual truants; adoption by Department of Education and Department of Juvenile Justice.
984.06 Oaths, records, and confidential information.
984.07 Appointed counsel; compensation.
984.071 Information packet.
984.08 Attorney's fees.
984.085 Sheltering unmarried minors; aiding unmarried minor runaways; violations.
984.086 Children locked out of the home; interagency cooperation.
984.09 Punishment for contempt of court; alternative sanctions.
984.11 Services to families in need of services.
984.12 Case staffing; services and treatment to a family in need of services.
984.13 Taking into custody a child alleged to be from a family in need of services or to be a child in need of services.
984.14 Shelter placement; hearing.
984.15 Petition for a child in need of services.
984.151 Truancy petition; prosecution; disposition.
984.16 Process and service.
984.17 Response to petition and representation of parties.
984.18 Referral of child-in-need-of-services cases to mediation.
984.19 Medical, psychiatric, and psychological examination and treatment of child; physical or mental examination of parent, guardian, or person requesting custody of child.
984.20 Hearings for child-in-need-of-services cases.
984.21 Orders of adjudication.
984.22 Powers of disposition.
984.225 Powers of disposition; placement in a staff-secure shelter.
984.226 Pilot program for a physically secure facility; contempt of court.
984.23 Court and witness fees.
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