A parent who has control of a person who is truant under section 3272, subsection 2 and who is primarily responsible for that person's truancy commits a civil violation
under this chapter.
A. [1989, c. 415, §6 (RP).]
B. [1989, c. 415, §6 (RP).]
C. [1989, c. 415, §6 (RP).]
2011, c. 614, §11 (AMD)
The District Court shall have jurisdiction over these violations.
1989, c. 415, §7 (AMD)
Service of the petition on the parent shall be in accordance with the Maine Rules of Civil Procedure.
1989, c. 415, §8 (RPR)
1989, c. 415, §9 (RP)
The court may order injunctive relief of one or more of the following actions against any person who commits a civil violation
under subsection 1:
A. Ordering the offender to comply with this chapter; [1989, c. 415, §10 (NEW).]
B. Ordering the offender to take specific action to ensure the student's attendance at school; [1989, c. 415, §10 (NEW).]
C. Enjoining the offender from engaging in specific conduct which interferes with or may interfere with the student's attendance
at school; or [1989, c. 415, §10 (NEW).]
D. Ordering the offender to undergo counseling by a professional selected by the offender, with the court's approval, or by
the court. The counselor shall submit a written evaluation to the court and to the offender. [1989, c. 415, §10 (NEW).]
1989, c. 415, §10 (NEW)
For a civil violation under this section, the court may impose a fine not to exceed $250, all or part of which may be suspended
upon the offender's compliance with a court order under this section.
2007, c. 304, §4 (NEW)
1985, c. 490, §8 (NEW).
1985, c. 797, §§29,30 (AMD).
1989, c. 415, §§6-10 (AMD).
2007, c. 304, §§3, 4 (AMD).
2011, c. 614, §11 (AMD).
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