1.Appeals from the juvenile court by the State.
The State may appeal from a decision or order of the juvenile court to the Law Court to the same extent and in the same manner
as in criminal cases under section 2115-A.
1979, c. 512, §14 (NEW)
2.Appeals from the Superior Court.
A. Decisions of the Superior Court on appeal from the Juvenile Court, as to matters described in section 3402, subsection 1,
paragraph A only, may be appealed to the Law Court by an aggrieved party. An appeal by the State under this paragraph shall
be subject to section 2115-A, subsections 5 and 8. [1979, c. 681, §34 (AMD).]
B. [1997, c. 645, §15 (RP).]
C. Appeals pursuant to this subsection shall be taken in the same manner as appeals following a judgment of conviction of an
adult in Superior Court, except as otherwise provided by rule promulgated by the Supreme Judicial Court. [1979, c. 681, §35 (AMD).]
1997, c. 645, §15 (AMD)
3.Appeal from a bind-over order of the Juvenile Court.
A bind-over order of the Juvenile Court by a party specified in section 3402, subsection 2 may be reviewed only by the Law
Court pursuant to an appeal of a judgment of conviction in Superior Court following bind-over.
1997, c. 645, §16 (NEW)
1977, c. 520, §1 (NEW).
1979, c. 512, §14 (RPR).
1979, c. 681, §§34,35 (AMD).
1997, c. 645, §§15,16 (AMD).
1997, c. 645, §15 (AMD).
1997, c. 645, §16 (AMD).
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