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PA Bulletin, Doc. No. 20-1535




Local Rules; No. 29 January Term 1976

[50 Pa.B. 6202]
[Saturday, November 7, 2020]


And Now, this 14th day of October, 2020, It Is Hereby Ordered as follows:

 1. The following Local Rule of Criminal Procedure No. 319 is Adopted by this Court and shall be effective thirty (30) days after being published in the Pennsylvania Bulletin.

 2. The Clinton County Judicial Law Clerk is Ordered and Directed to:

 (a) Distribute this Order and the following Local Rules to the Legislative Reference Bureau for publication in the Pennsylvania Bulletin by emailing a copy of this Order to and sending two (2) certified copies to:

Legislative Reference Bureau
Pa. Code & Bulletin Office
647 Main Capitol Building
Harrisburg, PA 17120-0033

 (b) Cause to be removed from this Court's website Local Rule No. 319 and replace said Local Rule on this Court's website with the following Local Rule within thirty (30) days after the publication in the Pennsylvania Bulletin.

By the Court

President Judge

Criminal Local Rule No. 319.

 Upon a defendant satisfying all obligations of the Accelerated Rehabilitative Diversionary (ARD) Program, the Adult Probation Office shall forward a memo to the attorney for the Commonwealth which shall have attached a proposed Order of Court that would dismiss the charges and expunge the record of the defendant. A copy of the memo and proposed Order shall also be forwarded to the attorney for the defendant, or if unrepresented, the defendant. The memo shall have a section for the attorney for the Commonwealth to indicate whether the attorney for the Commonwealth objects or does not object to the entry of said Order, along with a signature line for the attorney for the Commonwealth.

 The Office of the attorney for the Commonwealth shall then forward the proposed Order with all attachments to the Judge who presided over the matter. If the attorney for the Commonwealth does not indicate an objection, the Court shall execute the Order and forward said Order to the Office of the Clerk of Courts to be filed.

 If the attorney for the Commonwealth indicates an objection, the Court may schedule a hearing to review the matter or take any other necessary action.

[Pa.B. Doc. No. 20-1535. Filed for public inspection November 6, 2020, 9:00 a.m.]

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