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Tennessee Code Title 37. Juveniles § 37-1-322

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(a) The supreme court may promulgate rules of practice and procedure consistent with this part, including rules prescribing the form and contents of the petition, the preparation and filing of the record and assignments of error for simple appeal and for delayed appeal in the nature of a writ of error and may make petition forms available for use by petitioners.

(b) When an appeal to the circuit court or a delayed appeal in the nature of a writ of error from the judgment of such court is granted pursuant to § 37-1-319, release on bail or temporary custody placement within the jurisdiction shall be discretionary with the circuit court judge pending further proceedings.  In all other cases, the petitioner shall not be entitled to bail.

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