LCrRLJ 8.2 DEFERRED PROSECUTIONS (a) No order deferring prosecution will be approved and signed unless the defendant is actually in a treatment program or is to begin treatment on a date certain within 15 days of the date the order is signed. (b) No final order deferring prosecution shall be approved and signed unless the defendant has either obtained an ignition interlock driver's license or a waiver of that requirement. (c) Motions and orders for deferred prosecutions must be submitted in conformity with the model forms available in probation and at the front counter of the clerk's office. The qualifying evaluation, treatment plan and recommendation from probation must accompany the order. The required fees include the $150 fee for the administration of the deferred prosecution, the $125 BAC fee and the $35 evaluation fee. The total of $310 must be paid before the order will be signed by the judge. (d) Deferred prosecutions requests should be submitted on or before the pretrial conference. If submitted on the day of trial, jury costs may be assessed.
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