What happens if your child is taken from your home. When children are taken into state custody, the best place for them to go is to a relative. Maybe grandparents, aunts and uncles, or even a distant cousin’s house. The point is to keep them with family while the parent gets on track to get the child back. Children can also go into foster homes. A form of custody required to remove a child from his or her home and place in out-of-home care. Law enforcement may place a child in protective custody based on an independent determination that the child’s health, safety, and welfare is jeopardized.
A Juvenile Waiver occurs whenever a judge decides to transfer a case from juvenile court to an adult court. The juvenile will be tried as an adult and will be denied whatever protections may exist in juvenile proceedings. Juvenile waivers are allowed in nearly all states. The decision to “waive” juvenile protections and try the juvenile as an adult rests with the judge, not the defendant.
Findings and Orders After Postpermanency Hearing-Parental Rights Terminated; Permanent Plan of Adoption
vFindings and Orders After Postpermanency Hearing-Parental Rights Terminated; Permanent Plan of Adoption (Welf. & Inst. Code, § 336.3(f))