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Motion To Have Case Nolled {JD-CR-145}

This is a Connecticut form that can be used for Criminal within Statewide.

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MOTION TO HAVE CASE NOLLED JD-CR-145 Rev. 10-12 C.G.S. § 54-142a(c)(2), P.A. 12-133 Sec. 23 STATE OF CONNECTICUT SUPERIOR COURT JUDICIAL BRANCH www.jud.ct.gov Instructions 1. File the original of this Motion with the clerk of the court. 2. Serve a copy on the Prosecuting Attorney. To: The Superior Court for the State of Connecticut From (Name of person filing motion) Address Docket number Name of case -- State of Connecticut vs. Court location (J.D./G.A.)/Address of Court Name of attorney (If applicable) Juris number Address of attorney Charge(s) Court continuance date Requested nolle date (At least thirteen (13) months from court continuance date) The person signing below certifies to the following: 1. The person filing this motion was required to come to the Superior Court to answer to the above charge(s). 2. On the Court continuance date shown above the charge(s) were continued at the request of the prosecuting authority. 3. Thirteen (13) months have passed since the continuance was granted and during that period there has been no prosecution or other disposition of the charge(s). Therefore, I request that the charges be nolled. Certification I certify that a copy of this motion was mailed or delivered on (date) following address: Signed (Individual attorney or self-represented party) Print or type name of person signing Date signed to the prosecuting attorney at the Order Of Court This motion has been heard, and it appears that the charge(s) were continued at the request of the prosecuting authority on the Court Continuance Date shown above, and that more than thirteen (13) months have passed since the continuance was granted, and during that period there has been no prosecution or other disposition of the charge(s); therefore, it is ORDERED that the charge(s) are nolled. By the Court Date of Order/Disposition American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com

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