Hearing to terminate order
(1) The petitioner or the respondent of an extreme risk protection order issued or continued under ORS 166.527 (Petition for ex parte order) or 166.530 (Hearing on order) may each submit a written request once during the 12-month effective period of the order, and once during any 12-month effective period of an order renewed under ORS 166.535 (Renewal of order), for a hearing to terminate the order. A hearing under this section is in addition to any hearing requested under ORS 166.527 (Petition for ex parte order).
(2) Upon receipt of a request described in subsection (1) of this section, the court shall schedule a termination hearing and provide notice of the hearing to both parties at least five days before the hearing.
(3)(a) The person filing the termination request has the burden of proving, by clear and convincing evidence, that the respondent no longer presents a risk in the near future, including an imminent risk, of suicide or of causing physical injury to another person.
(b) The Oregon Evidence Code shall apply in a hearing under this section.
(c) The court may continue a hearing under this section upon a showing of good cause. If the court continues a hearing under this paragraph, the extreme risk protection order shall remain in effect until the next hearing date.
(4)(a) If the court finds that the petitioner has met the burden of proof as described in subsection (3) of this section, the court shall terminate the extreme risk protection order.
(b) The court may not include in findings made under this subsection any mental health diagnosis or any connection between the risk presented by the respondent and mental illness.
(5) When an extreme risk protection order is terminated by order of the court, the clerk of the court shall immediately deliver a copy of the termination order to the county sheriff with whom the original order was filed. Upon receipt of the termination order, the county sheriff shall promptly remove the original order from the Law Enforcement Data System and shall request that the order be removed from the databases of the National Crime Information Center of the United States Department of Justice. [2017 c.737 §4]
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