[ 2151.02.2] 2151.022 Unruly child
(As defined in the ORC).

As used in this court, "unruly child" includes any of the following:

(A) Any child who does not subject himself or herself
to the reasonable control of his or her parents, teachers,
guardian, or custodian, by reason of being wayward or
habitually disobedient;

(B) Any child who is an habitual truant from home
or school;

(C) Any child who so deports himself or herself as
to injure or endanger his or her health or morals or the
health or morals of others;

(D) Any child who attempts to enter the marriage
relation in any state without the consent of his or her
parents, custodian, or legal guardian or other legal
anthority;

(E) Any child who is found in a disreputable place,
visits or patronizes a place prohibited by law, or associ-
ates with vagrant, vicious, criminal, notorious, or im-
moral persons;

(F) Any child,who engages in an occupation prohib-
ited by law or is in a situation dangerous to life or limb
or injurious to his or her health or morals or the health
or morals of others;

(G) Anv child who violates a law, other than division (A)
of section 2923.211 [2923.21.1] of the Revised Code,
that is applicable only to a child.

HISTORY: 133 v H 320 (Eff 11-19-69); 146 v H 4. Eff 11-9-95.
See provisions, 3 of HB 4 (146 v --) following RC 2151.02.

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