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AP XIII, Sec. 16 Involuntary termination from drug court

Baldwin's Kentucky Revised Statutes AnnotatedAdministrative Procedures of the Court of Justice

Baldwin's Kentucky Revised Statutes Annotated
Administrative Procedures of the Court of Justice
Part XIII. Procedures for Drug Court
Administrative Procedures, AP XIII, Sec. 16
AP XIII, Sec. 16 Involuntary termination from drug court
(1) The drug court staff or team may make a recommendation to the drug court judge that a participant be terminated from drug court due to the participant's non-compliance with drug court requirements or conditions. If the drug court judge agrees with the recommendation of termination, drug court staff shall complete a Notification of Violations and Termination requesting the judge to terminate the participant from drug court. The participant shall be notified of the termination in the drug court session, unless the participant has absconded. Upon signature of the Notification of Violations and Termination by the drug court judge, the case shall be referred back to the appropriate circuit or district court for further proceedings. The Notification of Violations and Termination shall be filed in the official record by the circuit court clerk.
(2) In the case of a participant who has absconded for a period of at least ten working days, drug court staff shall complete a Notification of Violations and Termination. Upon signature of the Notification of Violations and Termination by the drug court judge, the case shall be referred back to the appropriate circuit or district court for further proceedings. The Notification of Violations and Termination shall be filed in the official record.

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HISTORY: Amended by Order 2016-02, eff. 2-12-16; prior amendments eff. 3-23-10 (Order 2010-05), 7-30-09 (Order 2009-07); adopted by Order 2006-01, eff. 1-9-06
Administrative Procedures, AP XIII, Sec. 16, KY ST ADMIN P AP XIII, Sec. 16
Current with amendments received through January 15, 2020.
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