Examination for problem condition involving alcohol upon conviction
- • treatment program
When a person is ordered to undergo assessment and treatment as provided in ORS 471.430 (Purchase or possession of alcoholic beverages by person under 21), the court shall require the person to do all of the following:
(1) Pay to the court the fee described under ORS 813.030 (Amount of fee) in addition to any fine imposed under ORS 471.430 (Purchase or possession of alcoholic beverages by person under 21).
(2) Complete an examination by an agency or organization designated by the court to determine whether the person has a problem condition involving alcohol as described in ORS 813.040 (Standards for determination of problem condition involving alcohol, inhalants or controlled substances). The designated agencies or organizations must meet the standards set by the Director of Human Services to perform the diagnostic assessment and treatment of problem drinking and alcoholism and must be certified by the Director of Human Services.
(3) Complete a treatment program, paid at the expense of the person convicted, as follows:
(a) If the examination required under this section shows that the person has a problem condition involving alcohol, a program for rehabilitation for alcoholism approved by the Director of Human Services.
(b) If the examination required by this section shows that the person does not have a problem condition involving alcohol, an alcohol information program approved by the Director of Human Services. [1999 c.646 §2]
Note: 471.432 (Examination for problem condition involving alcohol upon conviction) was enacted into law by the Legislative Assembly but was not added to or made a part of ORS chapter 471 or any series therein by legislative action. See Preface to Oregon Revised Statutes for further explanation.
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