PRESUMPTION OF INNOCENCE
[Name of Child] is presumed innocent of the offense alleged against him/her, and the presumption continues unless, after consideration of all the evidence, you are convinced of every element of the offense beyond a reasonable doubt. The State has the burden of presenting the evidence that establishes every element of the offense beyond a reasonable doubt.
[Name of Child] must be found not delinquent unless the State produces evidence which convinces you beyond a reasonable doubt of each element of the offense.
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