(1) Every juvenile committed to the Office of Juvenile Services pursuant to the Nebraska
Juvenile Code shall remain committed until he or she attains the age of nineteen or
is legally discharged.
(2) Upon attainment of the age of nineteen or absent a continuing order of intensive
supervised probation, discharge of any juvenile pursuant to the rules and regulations
shall be a complete release from all penalties incurred by conviction or adjudication
of the offense for which he or she was committed.
(3) The Office of Juvenile Services shall provide the committing court, Office of
Probation Administration, county attorney, defense attorney, if any, and guardian
ad litem, if any, with written notification of the juvenile's discharge within thirty
days prior to a juvenile being discharged from the care and custody of the office.
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