Form MP430 "Findings, Conclusions, and Order Authorizing Administration of Anti-psychotic Medications" - Washington

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Superior Court of Washington
County of
In re the Detention of:
Case No.
Findings, Conclusions, and Order
Authorizing Administration of Anti-
Respondent
Psychotic Medications
(ORAUMED)
Hearing
The court held a hearing on the petition to administer anti-psychotic medications filed by
[ ] Western State Hospital [ ] Eastern State Hospital [ ]
.
At the hearing:
[ ] Respondent appeared [ ] in person [ ] by video
and was represented by
[ ] Respondent waived their appearance through counsel
[ ] Separate appearance waiver has been filed.
[ ] Respondent orally waived their appearance through defense counsel, and the court
accepts this waiver.
[ ] G.A.L. appeared [ ] in person [ ] by video [ ] waived appearance
[ ] G.A.L. waived Respondent's appearance
[ ] Witness
appeared [ ] in person [ ] by video or
[ ] under CR 43 by [ ] telephone [ ]
[ ] Witness
appeared [ ] in person [ ] by video or
[ ] under CR 43 by [ ] telephone [ ]
[ ] Agreed Order
Findings, Conclusions, and Order (ORAUMED) - Page 1 of 3
Authorizing Administration of Anti-Psychotic Medications
MP 430 (06/2020) RCW 71.05.215, .217
Superior Court of Washington
County of
In re the Detention of:
Case No.
Findings, Conclusions, and Order
Authorizing Administration of Anti-
Respondent
Psychotic Medications
(ORAUMED)
Hearing
The court held a hearing on the petition to administer anti-psychotic medications filed by
[ ] Western State Hospital [ ] Eastern State Hospital [ ]
.
At the hearing:
[ ] Respondent appeared [ ] in person [ ] by video
and was represented by
[ ] Respondent waived their appearance through counsel
[ ] Separate appearance waiver has been filed.
[ ] Respondent orally waived their appearance through defense counsel, and the court
accepts this waiver.
[ ] G.A.L. appeared [ ] in person [ ] by video [ ] waived appearance
[ ] G.A.L. waived Respondent's appearance
[ ] Witness
appeared [ ] in person [ ] by video or
[ ] under CR 43 by [ ] telephone [ ]
[ ] Witness
appeared [ ] in person [ ] by video or
[ ] under CR 43 by [ ] telephone [ ]
[ ] Agreed Order
Findings, Conclusions, and Order (ORAUMED) - Page 1 of 3
Authorizing Administration of Anti-Psychotic Medications
MP 430 (06/2020) RCW 71.05.215, .217
The court considered the documents filed for this hearing, testimony of witnesses, relevant court
records, and argument of counsel.
Findings of Fact. The court makes the following Findings of Fact:
The court finds by clear, cogent, and convincing evidence that:
1.
Notice: The Respondent was provided all notice and statements of rights relative to the
petition, and that petition was filed on
.
2.
Consent to treatment
[ ]
The Respondent did not consent to treatment with anti-psychotic medications .
3.
Medication Rights
[ ]
The Respondent was advised of the right to refuse medication 24 hours prior to the
hearing on this petition and those rights were respected.
[ ]
Anti-psychotic medications were administered 24 hours prior to this hearing over the
refusal of the Respondent under circumstances which constituted an emergency.
4.
Reasons for the Use of Anti-psychotic Medication. The Petitioner/s have a compelling
interest in administering anti-psychotic medication to the Respondent because failure to
medicate: (check all that apply):
[ ]
may result in a likelihood of serious harm.
[ ]
may result in substantial deterioration.
[ ]
may substantially prolong the length of involuntary commitment.
There is no less intrusive course of treatment than medication in the best interest of
Respondent.
Explain:
.
5.
Medically acceptable alternative treatment is unavailable. Anti-Psychotic medication is
necessary and effective treatment for the Respondent, as evidenced by Respondent’s
prognosis with and without the treatment. Medically acceptable alternative forms of
treatment are not available, have not been successful, or are not likely to be effective
because:
.
6.
Rational Decision. The Respondent would consent to being treated with anti-psychotic
medication if the Respondent were capable of making a rational and informed decision
concerning treatment, and this court is substituting its judgment for that of the Respondent.
7.
[ ]
Agreed Order. Respondent, after consultation with counsel, agrees to the entry of
this order.
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MP 430 (06/2020) RCW 71.05.215, .217
8.
Other:
.
Conclusions of Law. The court makes the following Conclusions of Law:
9.
Jurisdiction: The court has jurisdiction over the person and subject matter of this cause.
The Petition to Administer Anti-Psychotic Medication was filed in a timely manner.
10.
The Respondent may be involuntarily treated with anti-psychotic medication and side effect
medication at clinically appropriate levels over his/her objections and over his/her express
refusal for the period of the current involuntary treatment order, and any interim period during
which he/she is awaiting trial or hearing on a new petition for involuntary treatment or
involuntary medication.
11. Other :
.
Order. The court orders that:
12.
Anti-psychotic Medication. The petitioner and the hospital and/or other treatment providers
are authorized to administer:
[ ]
Anti-psychotic medications as requested in the petition; or
[ ]
.
and side effect medications at clinically appropriate levels to the Respondent over his/her
objections and over his/her express refusal.
13.
Duration. Anti-psychotic medication is authorized for the period of the current involuntary
treatment order, and any interim period during which the Respondent is awaiting trial or
hearing on a new petition for involuntary treatment or involuntary medication.
14.
Other.
.
Dated:
Judge / Commissioner
Approved as to form
Approved as to form
Attorney for Petitioner DPA/AAG
Attorney for Respondent
WSBA No.
WSBA No.
Respondent
Interpreter certifies that he/she has reviewed this order with Respondent
Interpreter
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MP 430 (06/2020) RCW 71.05.215, .217
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