Children Act 2001
Orders on finding of guilt.
98.—Where a court is satisfied of the guilt of a child charged with an offence it may, without prejudice to its general powers and in accordance with this Part, reprimand the child or deal with the case by making one or more than one of the following orders:
(a) a conditional discharge order,
(b) an order that the child pay a fine or costs,
(c) an order that the parent or guardian be bound over,
(d) a compensation order,
(e) a parental supervision order,
(f) an order that the parent or guardian pay compensation,
(g) an order imposing a community sanction,
(h) an order (the making of which may be deferred pursuant to section 144) that the child be detained in a children detention school F108[…], F109[…]
(i) a detention and supervision order.
Deleted (1.03.2007) by Criminal Justice Act 2006 (26/2006), s. 158 and sch. 4 am. no. 8, S.I. No. 65 of 2007.
Deleted (1.12.2015) by Children (Amendment) Act 2015 (30/2015), s. 7, S.I. No. 539 of 2015.