ANSWER: I agree with my colleague that you should contact your ARD attorney.
There are many reasons why the young man may still be in placement other than being adjudicated delinquent for one of the above listed crimes.
Are police allowed to question a juvenile without a parent being present and not read them there rights before arresting them?
ANSWER: Under the recently passed SORNA law juveniles 14 years of age or older that are adjudicated for specific sex offenses can be subject to Megan's Law.
The specific offenses are: Rape, Involuntary Deviate Sexual Intercourse, Aggravated Indecent Assault or conspiracy, attempt or solicitation to any of those crimes.
That’s about 2.6 million young students we provide meals and food service for each day.