Order Of Commitment Treatment Cr 206
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This is an Order of Commitment for Treatment, used in the State of Wisconsin. It is used to suspend criminal proceedings and commit a defendant to DHSS when that person has been found incompetent to proceed.
How To Fill Out Wisconsin Order Of Commitment For Treatment - Incompetency?
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