Do I have the right to a review?
In all juvenile delinquency cases where the treatment plan lasts one year or more, the same judge who handled your adjudication and disposition must review the treatment plan every year. This yearly review is mandatory. At other times, you, your lawyer, or your parents or guardians can request a review for good cause. At a review hearing, the judge will look at how the rehabilitation is going and consider whether the treatment plan should be adjusted or changed. A review can be broad and flexible, and the judge can consider new facts and new evidence. If you are doing really well, the judge may even decide you have been rehabilitated and release you early.