Chapter 6 The Opening and Adjournment of a Court Session and its Order
The court session of a Juvenile and Family Court shall be held within a courthouse, unless otherwise provided by law.
The Judicial Yuan shall prescribe the rules governing courtroom settings and sit-in on the Juvenile and Family Court.
If necessary, the Juvenile and Family Court may hold a temporary session at a designated location within its jurisdiction.
The Judicial Yuan shall prescribe the rules governing the temporary session as described in the preceding paragraph.
The Presiding Judge shall have the authority to direct and maintain court order during the opening and adjournment of a court session and the proceedings of a trial.
The Presiding Judge may prohibit a person who is obstructing a court order or engaging in other inappropriate behavior from entering the courtroom, or order such a person to leave the courtroom. If necessary, the Presiding Judge may order the person to be detained until the court session is adjourned.
The orders as described in the preceding Paragraph shall not be challenged.
The provisions in the preceding two Paragraphs shall apply mutatis mutandis when the Presiding Judge is performing duties outside of court.
In the event an agent ad litem, a defender, or an assistant acts or speaks inappropriately during the course of a trial, the Presiding Judge may give warnings or restrain such a person from representing, defending, or assisting on the trial day.
When giving an order pursuant to the preceding two Articles, the Presiding Judge shall provide grounds in the record.
Rules governing the Presiding Judge as described in this Chapter shall apply mutatis mutandis to the Commissioned Judge or Assigned Judge.
Persons who violate an order given by the Presiding Judge, Commissioned Judge or Assigned Judge while intending to maintain court order, resulting in the obstruction of court proceedings, and continues to refuse to comply upon warning, shall be subject to imprisonment, or detention for no more than three months, or a fine of no more than nine thousand New Taiwan dollars.