Section 12-15-309

Alleged dependent child to be released when continued shelter care not required; conditions imposed upon release; amendment of conditions or return of child to custody upon failure to conform to conditions imposed.

(a) When the juvenile court finds that continued shelter care is not required for a child, the juvenile court shall order the return of the child, and in so doing, may impose one or more of the following conditions singly or in combination:

(1) Return the child to the custody of the parent, legal guardian, or legal custodian and, if necessary, place the child under the supervision of the Department of Human Resources.

(2) Place restrictions on travel, associations, or living conditions of the child pending the adjudicatory hearing.

(b) An order releasing a child on any conditions specified may at any time be amended to impose additional or different conditions.

(Act 2008-277, p. 441, §18.)