The Juvenile Court will need to ensure that proper notice and an opportunity to object has been provided to all of the necessary parties before a decision will be made. After considering the petition and any objections submitted, the Juvenile Court will determine whether a copy of the records should be released. In making this decision, the Juvenile Court Presiding Judge considers the interests of the juvenile, the person who submitted the petition and the public. If the need for the records outweighs the confidentiality interest of the juvenile, the Juvenile Court is likely to grant the petition. If a good reason is not provided, the Juvenile Court will deny your request. The Juvenile Court may also limit the release of information and provide a copy of the records with some of the information taken out or redacted.