204 Pa. Code § 303.6 - Prior Record Score-prior juvenile adjudications

(a) Juvenile adjudication criteria. Prior juvenile adjudications are counted in the Prior Record Score when the following criteria are met:
(1) The juvenile offense occurred on or after the offender's 14th birthday, and
(2) There was an express finding by the juvenile court that the adjudication was for a felony or one of the offenses listed in § 303.7(a)(4).
(b) Only the most serious juvenile adjudication of each prior disposition is counted in the Prior Record Score. No other prior juvenile adjudication shall be counted in the Prior Record Score.
(c) Lapsing of juvenile adjudications. Prior juvenile adjudications for four point offenses listed in § 303.7(a)(1) shall always be included in the Prior Record Score, provided the criteria in subsection (a) above are met:
(1) All other juvenile adjudications not identified above in subsection (a) lapse and shall not be counted in the Prior Record Score if:
(i) The offender was 28 years of age or older at the time the current offense was committed; and
(ii) The offender remained crime-free during the ten-year period immediately preceding the offender's 28th birthday.
(iii) Crime-free. Included in the definition of crime-free is any summary offense and/or one misdemeanor offense with a statutory maximum of one year or less.
(2) Nothing in this section shall prevent the court from considering lapsed prior adjudications at the time of sentencing.


204 Pa. Code § 303.6
Amended by Pennsylvania Bulletin, Vol 45, No. 26. June 27, 2015, effective 6/27/2015 Amended by Pennsylvania Bulletin, Vol 47, No. 35. September 2, 2017, effective 9/2/2017 Amended by Pennsylvania Bulletin, Vol 49, No. 36. September 7, 2019, effective 9/7/2019 Amended by Pennsylvania Bulletin, Vol 50, No. 39. September 26, 2020, effective 9/26/2020

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