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State of Nebraska v. Rebecca M. Bree

March 15, 2013

STATE OF NEBRASKA, APPELLEE,
v.
REBECCA M. BREE, APPELLANT.



Appeals from the District Court for Platte County, robert r. steiNke, Judge, on appeal thereto from the County Court for Platte County, fraNk J. skorupa, Judge.

Per curiam.

Nebraska advaNce sheets

520 285 NEBRASKA REPORTS

required. In this case, the juvenile court did not make such specific findings; the Court of Appeals did those calculations for the juvenile court. The holding in Williams may have escaped the notice of a juvenile court judge because Williams is an adult criminal case. Thus, here, we explicitly extend this requirement to the juvenile court. A juvenile court judge must make specific findings on the record regarding any excludable time periods as defined in § 29-1207 before making the ultimate determination as to whether discharge would be in the best interests of a child.

VI. CONCLUSION

For the foregoing reasons, we affirm the decision of the Court of Appeals.

affirmed.

miller-lermaN, J., participating on briefs.

___ N.W.2d ___

1. Sentences: Appeal and Error. Whether a defendant is entitled to credit for time served is a question of law. An appellate court reviews questions of law independently of the lower court.

Sentences vacated, and causes remanded for resentencing.

heavicaN, c.J., wright, coNNolly, stephaN, mccormack,and cassel, JJ.

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