In re Emma R., 040220 AZAPP1, 1 CA-JV 19-0349
|Docket Nº:||1 CA-JV 19-0349|
|Opinion Judge:||BROWN, JUDGE|
|Party Name:||IN RE EMMA R.|
|Attorney:||Coconino County Public Defender's Office, Flagstaff By Sandra L. J. Diehl Counsel for Appellant Coconino County Attorney's Office, Flagstaff By Erin Anding Counsel for Appellee|
|Judge Panel:||Judge Michael J. Brown delivered the decision of the Court, in which Presiding Judge Jennifer B. Campbell and Judge Lawrence F. Winthrop joined.|
|Case Date:||April 02, 2020|
|Court:||Court of Appeals of Arizona|
Not for Publication - Rule 111(c), Rules of the Arizona Supreme Court
Appeal from the Superior Court in Coconino County No. S0300JV201900047 The Honorable Margaret A. McCullough, Judge
Coconino County Public Defender's Office, Flagstaff By Sandra L. J. Diehl Counsel for Appellant
Coconino County Attorney's Office, Flagstaff By Erin Anding Counsel for Appellee
Judge Michael J. Brown delivered the decision of the Court, in which Presiding Judge Jennifer B. Campbell and Judge Lawrence F. Winthrop joined.
¶1 Emma R. appeals the juvenile court's disposition ordering her to complete 12 months of Juvenile Intensive Probation Supervision (JIPS). Emma's counsel filed a brief in accordance with Anders v. California, 386 U.S. 738 (1967), State v. Leon, 104 Ariz. 297 (1969), and Maricopa County Juvenile Action No. JV-117258, 163 Ariz. 484 (App. 1989), advising this court that after a diligent search of the record, counsel has found no arguable question of law that was not frivolous. After reviewing the record, we affirm.
¶2 In March 2019, Emma was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and possessing alcohol as a minor. At the advisory hearing, the juvenile court ordered Emma to obey all laws; attend school as directed by the high school she was attending; check in with probation as requested by probation; follow a 6:00 p.m. curfew with probation having discretion to modify curfew based on her work schedule; and submit to urinalysis ("UA") testing. At Emma's request, the court continued the hearing until May, at which time she admitted possessing drug paraphernalia, and the State agreed to dismiss the alcohol charge. The court determined there was a factual basis for Emma's admission and found her delinquent. The court amended prior release conditions, ordering that Emma attend school five days a week and check in with the probation officer at least once a week.
¶3 At the June 2019 disposition hearing, the probation officer informed the juvenile court that Emma had recently received a referral for unlawful consumption of alcohol. The court imposed probation for 12 months under the standard terms and conditions and ordered Emma to continue living with her mother. Several weeks later, however, the State requested a review hearing based on concerns...
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