What is a discretionary waiver?
Likewise, people ask, what is meant by a mandatory waiver?
mandatory waiver. A form of judicial waiver whereby the juvenile court judge must find probable cause that a juvenile meets certain age, offense, other requirements.
One may also ask, what are the different types of waivers? Here are some of the most common types of waivers:
- Waiver After Prior Removal:
- Waiver of Unlawful Presence:
- Waiver for Crimes More than 15 Years Old:
- Waiver of Crimes of Moral Turpitude:
- Waiver of Possession of Marijuana:
- General Waiver for Nonimmigrants:
Similarly, you may ask, what are the three types of judicial waiver?
The three types of a judicial waiver are discretionary, mandatory, and presumptive. Discretionary-The type of judicial waiver that involves the prosecutor filing a petition with a juvenile court requesting that a juvenile court waive a juvenile to adult court.
What is a reverse waiver hearing?
Reverse Waiver. Reverse waiver statutes allow youth who are prosecuted as an adult in criminal court to petition to have the case transferred to juvenile court for adjudication or disposition in a more developmentally appropriate way.