New Jersey Revised Statutes § 30:9-12.20 - Admission Or Commitment By Order Of Court In Criminal Cases

30:9-12.20. Admission or commitment by order of court in criminal cases
5. Admission to said institution or the use of the said facilities shall also be provided by the board of managers when ordered by a Superior Court judge or by a judge of a municipal court situated in the county where such judge shall have jurisdiction of the person to be admitted or provided with the use of said facilities by reason of the pendency before him of a criminal charge against such person and where said judge shall be satisfied that the person suffers from acute alcoholism. Any such order so made by a judge may provide for the commitment, of the person so charged, to the said institution as a part or the whole of a sentence imposed. In the event of any such commitment, the said board of managers shall detain the person committed for the term prescribed in accordance with the terms and conditions of such order. Unless otherwise provided by the State Department of Human Services or by the rules of court the said board of managers shall provide the necessary forms for use in connection with commitments to the said institution.

L.1956,c.213,s.5; amended 1991,c.91,s.331.

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