JUVENILE CRIMINAL LAW
in North Carolina
The court's involvement will end if the juvenile completes all probation requirements. If the juvenile commits another crime during their probation period, the process starts again at the Petition stage and follows the flowchart from the first page under Stages of a Case.
Termination occurs when a Judge writes an order stating that supervision is no longer needed.
Terminating supervision can occurs with and without a hearing with the juvenile and juvenile's parents. The circumstances of the court involvements determines whether there is or is not a hearing. If there is no hearing, then the court bases it termination on a report from the juvenile's court counselor. A hearing will occur for this stage if the District Attorney request one.