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  211.188.  Court may order work for restitution — not an employee. — 1.  The court may order a child, who has been adjudicated for a nonviolent crime and who is age fourteen or older, to work for any employer at a rate of compensation not to exceed minimum wage, for a period of time necessary to make such restitution for the damage or loss caused by his offense.

  2.  A child, age fourteen or older, who is ordered by the juvenile court to make restitution for the damage or loss caused by his offense pursuant to subsection 1 of this section shall not be considered an employee as defined in section 290.500.


(L. 1996 H.B. 1301 & 1298 § 11)

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