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House Bill 1153

House Bill 1153

ARCHIVE (2011)

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DIGEST OF HB1153 (Updated April 26, 2011 10:25 am - DI 84)

Problem solving courts. Expands the types of persons that may participate in court established alcohol and drug services programs. Establishes procedures to be used by a problem solving court to terminate an individual's participation in a problem solving court program. Provides that the parent or guardian of a child: (1) who is adjudicated a delinquent child or in a program of informal adjustment approved by a juvenile court; and (2) who is accepted into a problem solving court program; is financially responsible for the problem solving court service fees and chemical testing expenses assessed against the child by the problem solving court. Specifies that a city or town user fee fund or county user fee fund includes problem solving court fees collected by the clerk of the court. Establishes the criminal law and sentencing policy study committee.
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