A. Prior to finding, the Family Court may with consent of petitioner, and noticed to the DA, transfer case to the criminal court
D. The Family Court proceeding in criminal court proceeding can go on concurrently
B. Any order of protection in effect continues until the arraignment criminal court
C. The petitioner needs family court approval to commence a criminal prosecution
D. Both statements are correct
B. On statement 2 is correct
A. Only statement 1 is correct
C. Both statements are not correct
FCA 821. This should read, "an allegation that respondent committed ONE of the family offenses (FCA 812)."
B. Relationship of alleged offender to petitioner, and
A. Allegation that respondent committed a crime, and
D. Request for OP or court's conciliation procedures
C. Name of child and household relationship to petitioner and respondent, and
FCA 826. Disagree, "physical injury to the PETITIONER caused by THE RESPONDENT."
D. Prior convictions of crimes against the petitioner by respondent
B. Use of a dangerous instrument by respondent against petitioner
A. Physical injury to the respondent caused by the petitioner
C. A history of repeated violations of prior orders of protection
FCA 826. Service of a family offense summons and petition must be made at least 24 hours before time stated for appearance..
A. 1 day
B. 72 hours
C. 3 days
D. None of the above
"respondent on bail or parole has failed to appear" is not one of the listed reasons.
A. The summons cannot be served
C. Respondent on bail or parole has failed to appear
B. The respondent has failed to obey the summons
D. The respondent is likely to leave the jurisdiction
A. In all cases
C. where respondent consents
B. Where court does not find it undesirable
suspended judgment of two 6 months-NOT 1 year.
B. Order of protection
D. Placing respondent on probation for up to 1 year
C. Order of restitution of up to $10,000
A. Suspending judgment (for up to 1 year)
B. 1 and 2 only
A. 1, 2, 3, and 4
D. 2 and 3 only
C. 1, 2 and 3 only
D. 1 and 4 only
A. 1, 2, 3 and 4
persons working in the same office are not members of the same family or household
D. Persons working in the same office
C. Persons who have a child in common
A. Persons presently formerly legally married to one another
B. Persons related by affinity or consanguinity
an arrest may proceed to commencement of a Family Court or Kona court proceeding, but it is not a requirement.
B. Family Court, court have concurrent jurisdiction
C. A family offense proceeding is a civil proceeding.
D. An arrest may not proceed the commencement of an FC or criminal court proceeding
A. A family offense proceeding in Family Court is not a criminal proceeding
B. 2 only is correct
D. 1 only is correct
C. 1 and 2 only are correct
A. 1, 2 and 3 are all correct
FCA 822. Any peace officer ACTING PURSUANT TO SPECIAL DUTIES.
D. A police officer or a person on court's own motion.
A. Child, spouse, parent, member of the same family or household
C. Duly authorized Association, institution, society, or agency.
B. Any peace officer
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