Form JD-CR-89 "Notice to Victim - Motion for Suspension of Prosecution, Order of Treatment for Alcohol or Drug Dependency" - Connecticut

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  • Released on January 1, 2017;
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NOTICE TO VICTIM - MOTION FOR SUSPENSION
STATE OF CONNECTICUT
OF PROSECUTION, ORDER OF TREATMENT
SUPERIOR COURT
FOR ALCOHOL OR DRUG DEPENDENCY
www.jud.ct.gov
JD-CR-89 Rev. 1-17
C.G.S. §§ 17a-695, 17a-696, 17a-697
Instructions To Defendant
ADA NOTICE
1. Send the original to the victim by Registered or Certified Mail.
The
Judicial
Branch
of
the
State
of
2. Send a copy to the Clerk of Court.
Connecticut complies with the Americans with
3. Keep a copy for your records.
Disabilities Act (ADA). If you need a
reasonable accommodation in accordance
with the ADA, contact a court clerk or an ADA
contact person listed at www.jud.ct.gov/ADA.
Name, address, and zip code of victim
To:
Docket number
Fold
From (Name of defendant)
Address of defendant (Number, street, and town)
Name of Judicial District or Geographical Area court
Address of court
Crime(s) charged against the defendant
Court hearing date and time
State's Attorney (Name and telephone number)
Notice To Victim
The defendant listed above has filed a motion for the suspension of prosecution and an order of treatment for alcohol or drug
dependency in the case listed above, as allowed by section 17a-695 of the Connecticut General Statutes. The defendant has
been charged with the crime(s) listed above in this case.
If the court grants the defendant's motion, the court will order that the defendant's case be suspended (put on hold) for up to
two years. The court will also order the defendant to be placed in the custody of the Court Support Services Division (CSSD)
for alcohol or drug treatment. While the case is on hold and the defendant is getting treatment, the court or CSSD may also
require the defendant to follow additional conditions. If the defendant follows the treatment program, follows the conditions set
by the court or CSSD, and does not use alcohol or illegal drugs for one year, the court may dismiss the charges against the
defendant for the crime(s) listed above.
As a victim of the crime(s) listed above, you have a right to this notice and the right to tell the court if you think that the court
should grant the defendant's motion to suspend the prosecution and order alcohol or drug treatment.
If you object to the defendant's motion (if you think that the court should not grant the
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defendant's motion), you may come to the court listed above on the Court Hearing Date
File date
at the Time listed above to tell the court why you think that it should not grant the
defendant's motion. You may also send your objection(s) in writing to the clerk's office at
the court address listed above. If you send your objections in writing, please include a
copy of this notice and explain the reasons for your objection(s).
You may call the office of the State's Attorney at the telephone number listed above any
time before the Court Hearing Date and Time listed above to find out if there is any
change in the date or time of the defendant's hearing on this motion.
Date signed
Signed (Defendant)
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NOTICE TO VICTIM - MOTION FOR SUSPENSION
STATE OF CONNECTICUT
OF PROSECUTION, ORDER OF TREATMENT
SUPERIOR COURT
FOR ALCOHOL OR DRUG DEPENDENCY
www.jud.ct.gov
JD-CR-89 Rev. 1-17
C.G.S. §§ 17a-695, 17a-696, 17a-697
Instructions To Defendant
ADA NOTICE
1. Send the original to the victim by Registered or Certified Mail.
The
Judicial
Branch
of
the
State
of
2. Send a copy to the Clerk of Court.
Connecticut complies with the Americans with
3. Keep a copy for your records.
Disabilities Act (ADA). If you need a
reasonable accommodation in accordance
with the ADA, contact a court clerk or an ADA
contact person listed at www.jud.ct.gov/ADA.
Name, address, and zip code of victim
To:
Docket number
Fold
From (Name of defendant)
Address of defendant (Number, street, and town)
Name of Judicial District or Geographical Area court
Address of court
Crime(s) charged against the defendant
Court hearing date and time
State's Attorney (Name and telephone number)
Notice To Victim
The defendant listed above has filed a motion for the suspension of prosecution and an order of treatment for alcohol or drug
dependency in the case listed above, as allowed by section 17a-695 of the Connecticut General Statutes. The defendant has
been charged with the crime(s) listed above in this case.
If the court grants the defendant's motion, the court will order that the defendant's case be suspended (put on hold) for up to
two years. The court will also order the defendant to be placed in the custody of the Court Support Services Division (CSSD)
for alcohol or drug treatment. While the case is on hold and the defendant is getting treatment, the court or CSSD may also
require the defendant to follow additional conditions. If the defendant follows the treatment program, follows the conditions set
by the court or CSSD, and does not use alcohol or illegal drugs for one year, the court may dismiss the charges against the
defendant for the crime(s) listed above.
As a victim of the crime(s) listed above, you have a right to this notice and the right to tell the court if you think that the court
should grant the defendant's motion to suspend the prosecution and order alcohol or drug treatment.
If you object to the defendant's motion (if you think that the court should not grant the
For Court Use Only
defendant's motion), you may come to the court listed above on the Court Hearing Date
File date
at the Time listed above to tell the court why you think that it should not grant the
defendant's motion. You may also send your objection(s) in writing to the clerk's office at
the court address listed above. If you send your objections in writing, please include a
copy of this notice and explain the reasons for your objection(s).
You may call the office of the State's Attorney at the telephone number listed above any
time before the Court Hearing Date and Time listed above to find out if there is any
change in the date or time of the defendant's hearing on this motion.
Date signed
Signed (Defendant)
Print Form
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