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§ 99-15-113. Recommendations of victim and law enforcement agency as to offender's admittance into program.
 

Prior to any person's admittance to a pretrial intervention program the victim, if any, of the crime for which the applicant is charged and the law enforcement agency employing the arresting officer shall be asked to comment in writing as to whether or not the applicant should be allowed to enter an intervention program. In each case involving admission to an intervention program, the district attorney and a circuit court judge of his district shall consider the recommendations of the law enforcement agency and the victim, if any, in making a decision. 
 

Sources: Laws,  1983, ch. 445, § 7; reenacted, 1987, ch. 329, § 7, eff from and after July 1, 1987.