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2010 ICJ Advisory Opinions
  • Advisory Opinion 1-2010
    Receiving State's Ability to Sanction Juveniles Under ICJ Rule 4-104.1
  • Advisory Opinion 2-2010
    Transition Rules - Which Rules Apply According to Effective Date
  • Advisory Opinion 3-2010 (Superseded on January 1, 2011)
    Rule 5-101: The sending state’s ability to “override” a denial; who has decision making authority to “override” a denial; and, Adam Walsh Act implications

  • Advisory Opinion 4-2010
    Applicability and enforceability of the rules of the Interstate Compact for Juveniles with sovereign tribal nations and reservation lands.
  • Advisory Opinion 5-2010
    Whether the Interstate Compact for Juveniles, and its duly authorized rules, apply to juveniles who are undocumented immigrants.