Alaska Statutes.
Title 47. Welfare, Social Services and Institutions
Chapter 12. Delinquent Minors
Section 130. Predisposition Hearing Reports.
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AS 47.12.130. Predisposition Hearing Reports.

(a) Before the disposition hearing of a delinquent minor, the department shall submit a predisposition report with a recommended plan of treatment to aid the court in its selection of a disposition, a victim impact statement reporting the information set out in AS 12.55.022, and any further information that the court may request. In preparing the predisposition report, the department shall contact the victim of the minor's offense.

(b) The court shall inform the minor, the minor's parents, and the attorneys representing the parties and the guardian ad litem that the predisposition report will be available to them not less than 10 days before the disposition hearing.

(c) [Repealed, Sec. 6 ch 23 SLA 2002].

(d) In this section, "parents" means the natural or adoptive parents, and any legal guardian, relative, or other adult person with whom the minor has resided and who has acted as a parent in providing for the minor for a continuous period of time before this action.

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