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2012 ICJ Advisory Opinions
  • Advisory Opinion 1-2012
    Whether Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) exemption applies to transfers and returns of juveniles between non-member states.
  • Advisory Opinion 2-2012
    Detention and supervision fees associated with new charges
  • Advisory Opinion 3-2012
    For purposes of the detention and return of a probation or parole absconder who is an ‘adult’ in the home/demanding state, but is still a ‘juvenile,’ in the holding state, must the holding state treat that person as an adult or does the law of the holding state apply?
  • Advisory Opinion 4-2012
    Issuing a travel permit for a juvenile subject to a delinquency petition but is not yet adjudicated.
  • Advisory Opinion 5-2012
    Whether minors adjudicated juvenile delinquents in Hawaii and referred to residential treatment programs in Utah and California but who do not qualify for transfer under the ICPC, may be transferred under the ICJ?