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§3.12 Rehearing or Prima Facie Hearing
You must hold:
In lieu of a prima facie hearing, you may schedule a jurisdiction hearing within 10 court days of the detention hearing. [WIC §321; CRC 5.680(d).] This avoids the need for trial after a prima facie hearing.
If a referee orders detention without a stipulation to act as a temporary judge, and the child, parent, or guardian applies for rehearing by a judge, the application must be granted unless the proceedings were recorded by a court reporter, in which case a judge must review the record and grant or deny the application. [WIC §252; CRC 5.542; see Part 1, §2.02.]