45.0330 Adjudicatory hearing-Consideration of evidence.

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At the adjudicatory hearing, which is conducted as provided in 45.0124, the court considers whether the allegations of the petition are supported by evidence beyond a reasonable doubt in cases concerning delinquent children or children in need of supervision or by a preponderance of the evidence in cases concerning neglected or dependent children; except that jurisdictional matters of the age and residence of the child is considered admitted by or on behalf of the child unless specifically denied prior to the adjudicatory hearing.

History: 1980, PL 16-71 § 1.

Research Guide: CRS 19-3-106.