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The juvenile, the juvenile's parent, and the attorney representing the juvenile.
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In general court proceedings, the juvenile has the following rights:
What about rights in delinquency proceedings?
In delinquency proceedings, the juvenile is entitled to:
In abuse/neglect proceedings, the parent/guardian is entitled to:
If the child has been placed outside the child's home, the parent/guardian must be informed:
The agency responsible for the child, the foster parent or custodian, the parents and attorney (unless parental rights have been terminated), the child's guardian, the guardian ad litem, the child's attorney, the child if 11 or older, any tribal leader if there is an Indian tribe affiliation, and any other person the court directs to be present.