CHILDREN AND THE LAW
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No requirement that M's parent be served with gang injunction-delivery to M was adequate in that he had notice and knowledge of the injunction.
An injunction does not bring a party into contempt-it simply sets forth the court-ordered restraints on party's conduct; there is no contempt unless and until the injunction is violated.
Juvenile court did not abuse or fail to exercise its discretion in finding M's violation of gang injunction was gang related under PC 186.30 and in requiring him to register with police.
Injunction's curfew provision aimed at stopping nighttime criminal gang activity reversed as unconstitutionally vague.