Form AOC-CR-336A Order Releasing Seized Motor Vehicle to Defendant-Owner or Non-defendant Motor Vehicle Owner After Disposition of Criminal Charges -impaired Driving - North Carolina

Form AOC-CR-336A or the "Order Releasing Seized Motor Vehicle To Defendant-owner Or Non-defendant Motor Vehicle Owner After Disposition Of Criminal Charges -impaired Driving" is a form issued by the North Carolina Court System.

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File No.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
In The General Court Of Justice
County
District
Superior Court Division
Name Of Defendant
ORDER RELEASING SEIZED MOTOR VEHICLE
TO DEFENDANT-OWNER OR NON-DEFENDANT
Defendant's Drivers License No.
State
MOTOR VEHICLE OWNER
Name Of Motor Vehicle Owner (See Note)
AFTER DISPOSITION OF CRIMINAL CHARGES -
IMPAIRED DRIVING
Motor Vehicle Owner's Drivers License No.
State
G.S. 20-28.4
Vehicle Identification No.
Vehicle Type
Make
Year
Vehicle License No.
State
Date Of Seizure
Date Of Offense
NOTE:
[Use this form only to enter an order releasing a motor vehicle to the defendant-owner or other motor vehicle owner (1) after the
defendant has been found not guilty of the underlying offense involving impaired driving, or (2) after the charge has been dismissed
without leave, or (3) after the defendant has pled to or been convicted of a lesser offense, or (4) after the Court otherwise has failed to
find that the criteria for forfeiture in G.S. 20-28.2(b) or (b1) have been met. To enter an order forfeiting a seized motor vehicle, use
“Order Forfeiting Motor Vehicle After Hearing-Impaired Driving,” AOC-CR-335A.] In the space labeled “Name Of Motor Vehicle Owner”
above, enter the name of the owner to whom the motor vehicle is to be released. If this is the defendant, enter the defendant’s name here
as well as in the space for “Name Of Defendant.”
FINDINGS OF FACT
This matter is before the Court to determine whether the vehicle described above shall be forfeited pursuant to G.S. 20-28.2. Based on
the evidence presented and the entire record in this case, the Court finds that:
1.
The motor vehicle was seized on the date shown above while being driven by the defendant named above. The vehicle was seized
pursuant to G.S. 20-28.3(a).
2.
The motor vehicle owner named above is a person in whose name a registration card or certificate of title for the motor vehicle was
issued at the time of seizure.
3.
The defendant was subsequently not convicted of an offense involving impaired driving, or if the defendant was convicted the Court
finds that
the defendant’s drivers license was not revoked as a result
(applicable to offenses committed prior to December 1, 2013)
of a prior impaired driving license revocation as defined in G.S. 20-28.2(a).
(applicable to offenses committed on or after December 1,
the criteria for forfeiture in G.S. 20-28.2(b) or (b1) otherwise have not been met.
2013)
CONCLUSIONS OF LAW
On the basis of the foregoing findings of fact, the Court concludes as a matter of law that the vehicle described above is not subject to
forfeiture pursuant to G.S. 20-28.2.
ORDER
It is ORDERED that the motor vehicle described above and any funds held by the Clerk representing proceeds of insurance be
released to the motor vehicle owner named above upon payment of all towing and storage charges incurred as a result of the seizure
and impoundment of that vehicle, and the Clerk shall disburse to the motor vehicle owner all funds held by the Clerk representing
proceeds of the sale of the motor vehicle.
Date
Name Of Presiding Judge (Type Or Print)
Signature Of Presiding Judge
NOTICE TO PARTY OBTAINING RELEASE:
"[W]ithin 30 days of the date of the court's [release] order, the owner must make
payment of the outstanding towing and storage costs for the motor vehicle and retrieve the motor vehicle, or give notice to [the] Division
of Motor Vehicles requesting a judicial hearing on the validity of any mechanics' lien on the motor vehicle for towing and storage costs."
G.S. 20-28.4.
CERTIFICATION
The foregoing is a true and correct copy of the original on file in this office.
Date
Signature
Deputy CSC
Assistant CSC
Clerk Of Superior Court
NOTE TO CLERK:
The Clerk shall report to DMV by electronic means [STARS] the entry of an order of release. G.S. 20-28.8. The Clerk also may
send a copy of the order of release to the county school board attorney and District Attorney.
AOC-CR-336A, Rev. 12/13
© 2013 Administrative Office of the Courts
File No.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
In The General Court Of Justice
County
District
Superior Court Division
Name Of Defendant
ORDER RELEASING SEIZED MOTOR VEHICLE
TO DEFENDANT-OWNER OR NON-DEFENDANT
Defendant's Drivers License No.
State
MOTOR VEHICLE OWNER
Name Of Motor Vehicle Owner (See Note)
AFTER DISPOSITION OF CRIMINAL CHARGES -
IMPAIRED DRIVING
Motor Vehicle Owner's Drivers License No.
State
G.S. 20-28.4
Vehicle Identification No.
Vehicle Type
Make
Year
Vehicle License No.
State
Date Of Seizure
Date Of Offense
NOTE:
[Use this form only to enter an order releasing a motor vehicle to the defendant-owner or other motor vehicle owner (1) after the
defendant has been found not guilty of the underlying offense involving impaired driving, or (2) after the charge has been dismissed
without leave, or (3) after the defendant has pled to or been convicted of a lesser offense, or (4) after the Court otherwise has failed to
find that the criteria for forfeiture in G.S. 20-28.2(b) or (b1) have been met. To enter an order forfeiting a seized motor vehicle, use
“Order Forfeiting Motor Vehicle After Hearing-Impaired Driving,” AOC-CR-335A.] In the space labeled “Name Of Motor Vehicle Owner”
above, enter the name of the owner to whom the motor vehicle is to be released. If this is the defendant, enter the defendant’s name here
as well as in the space for “Name Of Defendant.”
FINDINGS OF FACT
This matter is before the Court to determine whether the vehicle described above shall be forfeited pursuant to G.S. 20-28.2. Based on
the evidence presented and the entire record in this case, the Court finds that:
1.
The motor vehicle was seized on the date shown above while being driven by the defendant named above. The vehicle was seized
pursuant to G.S. 20-28.3(a).
2.
The motor vehicle owner named above is a person in whose name a registration card or certificate of title for the motor vehicle was
issued at the time of seizure.
3.
The defendant was subsequently not convicted of an offense involving impaired driving, or if the defendant was convicted the Court
finds that
the defendant’s drivers license was not revoked as a result
(applicable to offenses committed prior to December 1, 2013)
of a prior impaired driving license revocation as defined in G.S. 20-28.2(a).
(applicable to offenses committed on or after December 1,
the criteria for forfeiture in G.S. 20-28.2(b) or (b1) otherwise have not been met.
2013)
CONCLUSIONS OF LAW
On the basis of the foregoing findings of fact, the Court concludes as a matter of law that the vehicle described above is not subject to
forfeiture pursuant to G.S. 20-28.2.
ORDER
It is ORDERED that the motor vehicle described above and any funds held by the Clerk representing proceeds of insurance be
released to the motor vehicle owner named above upon payment of all towing and storage charges incurred as a result of the seizure
and impoundment of that vehicle, and the Clerk shall disburse to the motor vehicle owner all funds held by the Clerk representing
proceeds of the sale of the motor vehicle.
Date
Name Of Presiding Judge (Type Or Print)
Signature Of Presiding Judge
NOTICE TO PARTY OBTAINING RELEASE:
"[W]ithin 30 days of the date of the court's [release] order, the owner must make
payment of the outstanding towing and storage costs for the motor vehicle and retrieve the motor vehicle, or give notice to [the] Division
of Motor Vehicles requesting a judicial hearing on the validity of any mechanics' lien on the motor vehicle for towing and storage costs."
G.S. 20-28.4.
CERTIFICATION
The foregoing is a true and correct copy of the original on file in this office.
Date
Signature
Deputy CSC
Assistant CSC
Clerk Of Superior Court
NOTE TO CLERK:
The Clerk shall report to DMV by electronic means [STARS] the entry of an order of release. G.S. 20-28.8. The Clerk also may
send a copy of the order of release to the county school board attorney and District Attorney.
AOC-CR-336A, Rev. 12/13
© 2013 Administrative Office of the Courts

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