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RULES OF JUVENILE PROCEDURE--AMENDMENT. The Court adopted amendments proposed by the Florida Bar's Juvenile Court Rules Committee in a "fast-track" out-of-cycle report filed in response to recent legislation. Rules amended include rules 8.305 (Shelter Petition, Hearing, and Order), 8.340 (Disposition Hearings), 8.400 (Case Plan Development), 8.415 (Judicial Review of Dependency Cases), 8.420 (Case Plan Amendments), and 8.425 (Permanency Hearings).
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