Requiring, instead of authorizing, the juvenile court to order a child to undergo blood lead level testing if the child's parent or guardian consents; requiring, instead of authorizing, the juvenile court to direct the Department of Juvenile Services or another qualified agency to make a certain study concerning the child; requiring that, as part of the study, the Department conduct a comprehensive behavioral health assessment of the child; etc.
Bill File Type: Regular
Effective Date(s): October 1, 2018
( 3-8A-16.1, 3-8A-17 )
( 4-205, 4-205.1 )
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