Form JD-JM-217 "Motor Vehicle Theft or Misuse Services Program Motion, Order, Disposition" - Connecticut

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MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT OR MISUSE SERVICES PROGRAM
STATE OF CONNECTICUT
MOTION, ORDER, DISPOSITION
SUPERIOR COURT
JD-JM-217 New 10-19
www.jud.ct.gov
P.A. 19-110
Instructions to Preparer
1. Original to clerk of court.
For information on ADA accommodations,
2. Forward a copy to juvenile prosecutor.
contact a court clerk or go to: www.jud.ct.gov/ADA.
To: The Superior Court of the State of Connecticut
Address of Court
Docket number
From (Name of child)
Sex
Date of birth
Address of child (Number, street, town and apartment number)
Telephone number
Date of offense
Crime charged against the child involving the theft or misuse of a motor vehicle
In violation of General Statute
I have been charged with the offense noted above involving the theft or misuse of a motor vehicle. I am applying for the Motor
Vehicle Theft or Misuse Services Program. If my motion is granted I agree:
1. To cooperate with an assessment to determine whether I would benefit from supervision and services.
2. To participate in a program of services recommended after the assessment and to satisfactorily complete such program.
3. To comply with any orders of the court.
4. 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.
I request that I be granted the Motor Vehicle Theft or Misuse Services Program under Public Act 19-110.
I have read this entire motion, 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
Having considered the information before the court: (Select one only)
The motion is denied.
The court finds (1) the child is likely to benefit from supervision and participation in recommended services, and
(2) the suspension of delinquency proceedings will advance the interests of justice. The motion is granted and the
pending delinquency proceeding is suspended for up to 6 months. The child shall be placed under the supervision of
a juvenile probation officer for placement in Motor Vehicle Theft or Misuse Services Program. The juvenile probation
officer will monitor compliance with the program and court orders.
Case continued to (Date and time)
Date signed
Signed (Judge, assistant clerk)
Final Progress Report
The child: (Select one only)
Has satisfactorily completed the assigned program.
Has not satisfactorily completed the assigned program.
Has not satisfactorily completed the assigned program, but it is recommended that the court extend the program.
Date signed
Signed (Juvenile Probation Officer)
Disposition
Program satisfactorily completed, other conditions of suspension complied with, the time 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.
Program not satisfactorily completed, suspension of delinquency proceedings shall be extended for up to 6 months.
Date signed
Signed (Judge, assistant clerk)
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MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT OR MISUSE SERVICES PROGRAM
STATE OF CONNECTICUT
MOTION, ORDER, DISPOSITION
SUPERIOR COURT
JD-JM-217 New 10-19
www.jud.ct.gov
P.A. 19-110
Instructions to Preparer
1. Original to clerk of court.
For information on ADA accommodations,
2. Forward a copy to juvenile prosecutor.
contact a court clerk or go to: www.jud.ct.gov/ADA.
To: The Superior Court of the State of Connecticut
Address of Court
Docket number
From (Name of child)
Sex
Date of birth
Address of child (Number, street, town and apartment number)
Telephone number
Date of offense
Crime charged against the child involving the theft or misuse of a motor vehicle
In violation of General Statute
I have been charged with the offense noted above involving the theft or misuse of a motor vehicle. I am applying for the Motor
Vehicle Theft or Misuse Services Program. If my motion is granted I agree:
1. To cooperate with an assessment to determine whether I would benefit from supervision and services.
2. To participate in a program of services recommended after the assessment and to satisfactorily complete such program.
3. To comply with any orders of the court.
4. 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.
I request that I be granted the Motor Vehicle Theft or Misuse Services Program under Public Act 19-110.
I have read this entire motion, 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
Having considered the information before the court: (Select one only)
The motion is denied.
The court finds (1) the child is likely to benefit from supervision and participation in recommended services, and
(2) the suspension of delinquency proceedings will advance the interests of justice. The motion is granted and the
pending delinquency proceeding is suspended for up to 6 months. The child shall be placed under the supervision of
a juvenile probation officer for placement in Motor Vehicle Theft or Misuse Services Program. The juvenile probation
officer will monitor compliance with the program and court orders.
Case continued to (Date and time)
Date signed
Signed (Judge, assistant clerk)
Final Progress Report
The child: (Select one only)
Has satisfactorily completed the assigned program.
Has not satisfactorily completed the assigned program.
Has not satisfactorily completed the assigned program, but it is recommended that the court extend the program.
Date signed
Signed (Juvenile Probation Officer)
Disposition
Program satisfactorily completed, other conditions of suspension complied with, the time 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.
Program not satisfactorily completed, suspension of delinquency proceedings shall be extended for up to 6 months.
Date signed
Signed (Judge, assistant clerk)
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