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The Colorado Lawyer
August 2009
Vol. 38, No. 8 [Page  147]

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From the Courts

Court Business

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Colorado Judicial Department
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Directives

Notice of Availability

Chief Justice Directives (CJDs) are available online at www.courts.state.co.us/Courts/Supreme_Court/Directives/Index.cfm. The website lists CJDs by date and allows users to search by topic. Hard copies of the CJDs are available for $.25 per page (approximately $125 for a full set) and may be obtained by contacting the Colorado Office of the State Court Administrator, 1301 Pennsylvania St., Ste. 300, Denver, CO 80203.

Publication in The Colorado Lawyer

CJDs will be published on a space-available basis in this "Court Business" section of The Colorado Lawyer. Some attachments may be omitted due to space restrictions. To obtain a copy of attachments, contact: Court Services Division, Colorado Office of the State Court Administrator, 1301 Pennsylvania St., Ste. 300, Denver, CO 80203; or visit www.courts.state.co.us/Courts/Supreme_Court/Directives/Index.cfm.


CJD 85-18, Concerning Probation Supervision Fees
Repealed

I hereby repeal Chief Justice Directive 85-18, signed September 13, 1991, concerning Probation Supervision Fees, and declare it to be no longer in force or effect. The amounts to be assessed for alcohol and drug evaluations and probation supervision fees are statutorily mandated, and other issues in CJD 85-18 are addressed in CJD 04-03.

Dated at Denver, Colorado this 16th day of June 2009.

By the Court:

Mary J. Mullarkey
Chief Justice, Colorado Supreme Court


CJD 97-04, Concerning Court Ordered
Mental Health Evaluations—Criminal
Repealed

I hereby repeal Chief Justice Directive 97-04, signed May 20, 1997, concerning Court Ordered Mental Health Evaluations—Criminal, and declare it to be no longer in force or effect. The practices in CJD 97-04 are now contained in judicial department forms JDF 31, 32, 33, and 34.

Dated at Denver, Colorado this 16th day of June 2009.

By the Court:

Mary J. Mullarkey
Chief Justice, Colorado Supreme Court

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