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Treatment Court Order Conditional Discharge Form. This is a Oregon form and can be use in Jackson Local County.
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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 vs. , Defendant STATE OF OREGON Plaintiff CASE NUMBER: TREATMENT COURT ORDER ON CONDITIONAL DISCHARGE IN ACCORDANCE WITH ORS 475.245 AS TO COUNT(s) CTS 1 through 4 District Attorney: Defense Counsel: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FOR JACKSON COUNTY The defendant appeared and was advised on the consequences of a guilty plea. The court having found that the defendant freely, knowingly, and voluntarily changed his/her plea to guilty, that the defendant consented to a conditional discharge pursuant to ORS 475.245, and that the defendant is a suitable candidate for the treatment court conditional discharge program; IT IS THE JUDGMENT OF THIS COURT that based upon the previously submitted Petition for Conditional Discharge, and the defendant pled guilty, and being fully advised in the premises, and with the consent of the defendant, said defendant having been represented and advised by competent legal counsel, no conviction shall be entered at this time. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the defendant be placed on supervised probation with the Jackson County Community Justice Department for a minimum period of three (3) years, subject to all general statutory conditions of probation and subject to the following special conditions of probation. As part of the conditional discharge, the defendant shall abide by and comply with the rules of the Jackson County Treatment court and the following conditions apply: 1) The defendant shall actively participate in the Jackson County Treatment court, obey all rules of, and appear in, as directed by the probation officer, evaluator, or treatment providers; 2) The defendant shall immediately report to Jackson County Community Corrections, 1101 West Main Street, Medford, Oregon; Treatment Court Order on Conditional Discharge Page 1 of 4 2/16/16 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 3) The treatment court judge may communicate with others about the defendant's participation in treatment court without an attorney for defendant present. The defendant shall sign any releases or other documents necessary so that the treatment court team can discuss his/her progress in all programs including, but not limited to, drug/alcohol treatment, domestic violence and mental health counseling. The defendant agrees to waive any rights of state or federal confidentiality he/she may have regarding discussions about his/her case and/or treatment between only those persons who are directly involved with TREATMENT COURT. The defendant DOES NOT WAIVE any rights of privacy or confidentiality regarding any aspect of the case or treatment concerning communications with any person or agency that is not affiliated with treatment court except as mandated by law. The waiver shall apply only while the defendant is a participant in treatment court. 4) If the defendant has ANY doubt, confusion or misgiving about what treatment court, the probation officer or any treatment provider expect of the defendant, the defendant will communicate with them for clarification. Defendant understands that ignorance will not be a sufficient defense for his/her actions. 5) The defendant understands the treatment provider will be informed of any criminal history. Defendant will be required to disclose any supervision or treatment the defendant is involved in, has successfully completed or been terminated from. Upon the request of the treatment provider, the defendant will sign a release of information agreement and authorize such program to provide supervision and treatment information to the treatment court Program. 6) The defendant shall not use or possess any substance prohibited by the probation officer or the treatment provider. 7) The defendant shall submit to random urinalysis or a breath test at the direction of the court, the probation officer and/or the treatment provider; 8) The defendant shall reside in the state of Oregon until the underlying case is dismissed by the court; 9) The defendant shall not reside in an Oregon county other than Jackson County, or change place of employment or residence without obtaining prior permission of the probation officer; 10) The defendant shall pay a treatment court program fee to the Jackson County Community Justice Department or OnTrack as directed pursuant to a payment schedule established by the probation officer, or within nine (9) months from the date of this order, whichever is sooner; the defendant shall pay a monthly probation supervision fees, fines, restitution, and all other fees ordered by the Court; 11) The defendant shall remain a law-abiding citizen. 12) The defendant hereby waives all criminal statutory and constitutional rights as long as he/she is in treatment court. 13) Any violation may result in termination of defendant's participation in treatment court. Treatment Court Order on Conditional Discharge Page 2 of 4 2/16/16 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 14) The defendant, as a condition of participation in treatment court, will not operate a motor vehicle without a valid driver's license and insurance. If the defendant does not have a valid driver's license and insurance, the defendant will make efforts to obtain them. 15) The defendant shall attend a minimum of two 12 step support groups per week unless otherwise so ordered and shall provide proof to the court of attendance. 16) The defendant shall provide probation officer with prescriptions within ten (10) days and within ten (10) days of issuance thereafter. 17) The defendant shall report any contact with law enforcement to a member of the treatment court team; 18) The defendant will not work as a confidential informant (engage in controlled substance buys) without obtaining written permission from both the treatment court judge and Jackson County Community Justice; 19) The defendant will appear in court on all scheduled dates; the defendant agrees the Court may require the defendant to appear at any time regardless of compliance and success in the treatment program. The defendant will provide written documentation verifying absences as directed; 20) The defendant shall keep the treatment court staff treatment provider, probation officer and case manager apprised of any current address and phone number and shall notify them of changes within 24