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Chapter 221

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  221.044.  Persons under eighteen may not be confined in adult jails, exceptions — commitment to juvenile detention facilities, when. — No person under the age of eighteen years, except those transferred to the court of general jurisdiction under the provisions of section 211.071, shall be detained in a jail or other adult detention facility as that term is defined in section 211.151.  A traffic court judge may request the juvenile court to order the commitment of a person under the age of eighteen to a juvenile detention facility.


(L. 1989 H.B. 502, et al., A.L. 2018 S.B. 793 merged with S.B. 800)

Effective 1-01-21


Status as child for confinement in jail determined by then-existing law at time of alleged offense, 211.012

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