(Family Law --Governmental)
Penal Code, § 1203.9
Cal. Rules of Court, rule 4.530
Form Adopted for Mandatory Use
Judicial Council of California
CR-250 [Revised November 1, 2012]
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NOTICE AND MOTION FOR TRANSFER
I declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing is true and correct.
Victim issues, including the residence of the victim and whether transfer would impair enforcement of a protective order.
Restitution orders, including whether transfer would impair the collection of restitution; and
The availability of appropriate programs for the supervised person;
The permanency of the supervised person's residence;
If the court determines that the supervised person's permanent residence is in the county specified above, the court must transfer
the case unless it determines that transfer would be inappropriate and states its reasons on the record. The court must consider at
least the following factors (Cal. Rules of Court, rule 4.530(f)(1)):
I am (select one)
I (print name):
hereby request transfer of the case to the Superior Court in the County of (specify):
The supervised person was placed on (select one):
for the following offenses:
Regarding (name of supervised person):
Date of birth:
A hearing on this motion for intercounty case transfer has been scheduled in the above-entitled court on:1.
• Before filing this form, petitioners should consult with local court staff to schedule the date, time, and place for the hearing on the motion for transfer
in item 1. In addition, notice must be provided as set forth below at least 60 days before the date specified in item 1.
• If transfer is requested by a probation officer of the transferring county, notice must be provided to (a) the presiding judge (or designee) of
the receiving court; (b) the probation officer (or designee) of the receiving county; (c) the prosecutor of the transferring county; (d) the victim, if any;
(e) the supervised person; and (f) the supervised person's last counsel of record, if any.
• If transfer is requested by any other party, the party must first request in writing that the probation officer of the transferring county notice the
motion, and the probation officer must decide within 30 days. Only after the probation officer has refused may the party make the motion. Failure by
the probation officer to decide within 30 days is deemed a refusal. If the party makes the motion, the motion must include a declaration that the
probation officer has refused to bring the motion, and the party must provide notice to (a) the presiding judge (or designee) of the receiving court;
(b) the probation officers (or designees) of the receiving and transferring courts; (c) the prosecutor of the transferring county; (d) the supervised
person; and (e) the supervised person's last counsel of record, if any. Upon receipt of this notice, the probation officer of the transferring county must
provide notice to the victim, if any.
NOTICE AND MOTION FOR TRANSFER
(Pen. Code, § 1203.9 and Cal. Rules of Court, rule 4.530)
CITY AND ZIP CODE:
SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF
PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA
FOR COURT USE ONLY
probation mandatory supervision
not a probation officer of the transferring county. I have asked the probation officer of the transferring county to notice this
motion for me. I am making this motion only because the probation officer has either refused or failed to notify me of his or her
decision within 30 days. (Cal. Rules of Court, rule 4.530(d)(2) and (3).)
a probation officer of the transferring county. I have verified that the supervised person's residence is in the above county.
for a period of:
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PROBATION DEPARTMENT OR OTHER MOVING PARTY (Name and address):