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Part 7 - Article 10 - Family Court

COMPLIANCE WITH ORDERS

  S 1071. Failure  to  comply  with  terms and conditions of suspended
  judgment. If, prior to the expiration of the  period  of  the  suspended
  judgment,  a  motion or order to show cause is filed that alleges that a
  parent or other person legally responsible for a child's  care  violated
  the  terms  and  conditions of a suspended judgment issued under section
  one thousand fifty-three of this article, the period  of  the  suspended
  judgment  shall  be tolled pending disposition of the motion or order to
  show cause. If, after hearing, the court is satisfied by competent proof
  that the  parent  or  other  person  violated  the  order  of  suspended
  judgment,  the court may revoke the suspension of judgment and enter any
  order that might have been made at the time judgment was suspended.

  S 1072. Failure  to comply with terms and conditions of supervision.
  If, prior to the expiration of the period of  an  order  of  supervision
  pursuant  to section one thousand fifty-four or one thousand fifty-seven
  of this article, a motion or order to show cause is filed  that  alleges
  that  a  parent  or  other person legally responsible for a child's care
  violated the terms and conditions of  an  order  of  supervision  issued
  under  section  one  thousand  fifty-four or one thousand fifty-seven of
  this article, the period of the order of  supervision  shall  be  tolled
  pending  disposition  of  the  motion  or order to show cause. If, after
  hearing, the court is satisfied by competent proof that  the  parent  or
  other  person  violated  the  order of supervision willfully and without
  just cause, the court may:
    (a) revoke the order of supervision or of  protection  and  enter  any
  order  that might have been made at the time the order of supervision or
  of protection was made, or
    (b) commit the parent or other person who willfully and  without  just
  cause violated the order to jail for a term not to exceed six months.

  S 1073. Effect  of  running away from place of placement. If a child
  placed under section one thousand fifty-five runs away from the place of
  placement the court may, after hearing, revoke the  order  of  placement
  and  make  any  order,  including an order of placement, that might have
  been made at the time the order of placement was  made.  The  court  may
  require  that  the child be present at such hearing and shall appoint an
  attorney to represent him or her.

  S 1074. Release from responsibility under order of placement.  Those
  responsible for the operation of a place where a child has  been  placed
  under  section  one thousand fifty-five may petition the court for leave
  to return the child to the court and for good cause  shown  be  released
  from  responsibility  under  the  order of placement. After hearing, the
  court may grant the petition and make any order, including an  order  of
  placement,  that might have been made at the time the order of placement
  was made.

  S 1075. Special duties of attorney for the child. In addition to all
  other duties and responsibilities necessary to the representation  of  a
  child who is the subject of a proceeding under this article, an attorney
  for  a  child  shall  upon  receipt  of a report from a child protective
  agency pursuant to  sections  one  thousand  thirty-nine,  one  thousand
  thirty-nine-a,  one  thousand fifty-two-a, one thousand fifty-three, one
  thousand fifty-four, one thousand fifty-five, one  thousand  fifty-seven
  and  one  thousand fifty-eight, review the information contained therein
  and make a determination as to whether  there  is  reasonable  cause  to
  suspect  that  the  child is at risk of further abuse or neglect or that
  there has been a substantive violation  of  a  court  order.  Where  the
  attorney  for  the  child makes such a determination, the attorney shall
  apply to the court  for  appropriate  relief  pursuant  to  section  one
  thousand  sixty-one.  Nothing  contained in this section shall relieve a
  child protective agency  or  social  services  official  of  its  duties
  pursuant to this act or the social services law.

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