Form JD-JM-216 "Fire Starting Behavior Treatment Program Motion, Order and Disposition" - Connecticut

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FIRE STARTING BEHAVIOR
ADA NOTICE
STATE OF CONNECTICUT
TREATMENT PROGRAM
The
Judicial
Branch
of
the
State
of
SUPERIOR COURT
MOTION, ORDER, DISPOSITION
Connecticut complies with the Americans with
www.jud.ct.gov
Disabilities
Act
(ADA).
If
you
need
a
JD-JM-216 Rev. 8-19
reasonable accommodation in accordance
P.A. 19-135
with the ADA, contact a court clerk or an ADA
Instructions to Preparer
contact person listed at www.jud.ct.gov/ADA.
1. Original to clerk of court.
2. Forward a copy to juvenile prosecutor.
To: The Superior Court of the State of Connecticut
Address of Court
Docket number
From (Name of child)
Sex
Date of birth
Date of offense
Address of child (Number, street, town and apartment number)
Telephone number
Crime charged against the child involving fire starting behavior
In violation of General Statute
I have been charged with the offense noted above involving fire starting behavior. I am applying for the Fire Starting Behavior
Treatment Program. If my application is granted I agree:
1. To take part in a fire starting behavior treatment program and to satisfactorily complete such program.
2. To comply with any orders of the court.
3. That normally, the law requires that I be prosecuted in a certain time period and if I am accepted into this program, the
prosecutor will have more time to prosecute me if I don't finish it successfully (tolling of the statute of limitations).
I request that I be granted the Fire Starting Behavior Treatment Program under Public Act 19-135.
I have read this entire application, or have had it read to me, and understand it.
Date signed
Date signed
Signed (Child)
Consented and agreed to by (Parent or guardian)
Order of Court
("x" all that apply)
The Motion is denied.
The motion is granted and the pending delinquency proceeding is suspended for up to one year. The child shall be placed
under the supervision of a juvenile probation officer for placement in a Fire Starting Behavior Treatment Program. The
juvenile probation officer will monitor compliance with the program.
Case continued to (Date and time)
Date signed
Signed (Judge, assistant clerk)
Final Progress Report
The child: ("X" one only).
Has satisfactorily completed the assigned program.
Has not satisfactorily completed the assigned program.
Date signed
Signed (Juvenile Probation Officer)
Disposition
Program satisfactorily completed, complied with other conditions of suspension, the period has elapsed since the child
was in the program and charges are dismissed.
Program not satisfactorily completed, suspension of delinquency proceedings terminated and case to be placed back on
the regular delinquency docket.
Date signed
Signed (Judge, assistant clerk)
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FIRE STARTING BEHAVIOR
ADA NOTICE
STATE OF CONNECTICUT
TREATMENT PROGRAM
The
Judicial
Branch
of
the
State
of
SUPERIOR COURT
MOTION, ORDER, DISPOSITION
Connecticut complies with the Americans with
www.jud.ct.gov
Disabilities
Act
(ADA).
If
you
need
a
JD-JM-216 Rev. 8-19
reasonable accommodation in accordance
P.A. 19-135
with the ADA, contact a court clerk or an ADA
Instructions to Preparer
contact person listed at www.jud.ct.gov/ADA.
1. Original to clerk of court.
2. Forward a copy to juvenile prosecutor.
To: The Superior Court of the State of Connecticut
Address of Court
Docket number
From (Name of child)
Sex
Date of birth
Date of offense
Address of child (Number, street, town and apartment number)
Telephone number
Crime charged against the child involving fire starting behavior
In violation of General Statute
I have been charged with the offense noted above involving fire starting behavior. I am applying for the Fire Starting Behavior
Treatment Program. If my application is granted I agree:
1. To take part in a fire starting behavior treatment program and to satisfactorily complete such program.
2. To comply with any orders of the court.
3. That normally, the law requires that I be prosecuted in a certain time period and if I am accepted into this program, the
prosecutor will have more time to prosecute me if I don't finish it successfully (tolling of the statute of limitations).
I request that I be granted the Fire Starting Behavior Treatment Program under Public Act 19-135.
I have read this entire application, or have had it read to me, and understand it.
Date signed
Date signed
Signed (Child)
Consented and agreed to by (Parent or guardian)
Order of Court
("x" all that apply)
The Motion is denied.
The motion is granted and the pending delinquency proceeding is suspended for up to one year. The child shall be placed
under the supervision of a juvenile probation officer for placement in a Fire Starting Behavior Treatment Program. The
juvenile probation officer will monitor compliance with the program.
Case continued to (Date and time)
Date signed
Signed (Judge, assistant clerk)
Final Progress Report
The child: ("X" one only).
Has satisfactorily completed the assigned program.
Has not satisfactorily completed the assigned program.
Date signed
Signed (Juvenile Probation Officer)
Disposition
Program satisfactorily completed, complied with other conditions of suspension, the period has elapsed since the child
was in the program and charges are dismissed.
Program not satisfactorily completed, suspension of delinquency proceedings terminated and case to be placed back on
the regular delinquency docket.
Date signed
Signed (Judge, assistant clerk)
(Page 1 of 1)
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