Current through 2021 NY Law Chapters 1-49 and 61-101
Section 321.3 - Acceptance of an admission1. The court shall not consent to the entry of an admission unless it has advised the respondent of his right to a fact-finding hearing. The court shall also ascertain through allocution of the respondent and his parent or other person legally responsible for his care, if present, that (a) he committed the act or acts to which he is entering an admission, (b) he is voluntarily waiving his right to a fact-finding hearing, and (c) he is aware of the possible specific dispositional orders. The provisions of this subdivision shall not be waived.2. Upon consenting to the entry of an admission pursuant to this section, the court must state the reasons for granting such consent.3. Upon the entry of an admission pursuant to this section the court shall enter an appropriate order pursuant to section 345.1 and schedule a dispositional hearing pursuant to section 350.1.
N.Y. Family Court Law § 321.3