§ 81.2. Accelerated rehabilitative disposition.
(a) General rule. If a person is offered and accepts accelerated rehabilitative disposition under the Pennsylvania Rules of Criminal Procedure for any offense enumerated in 75 Pa.C.S. § 1532 (relating to revocation or suspension of operating privilege), or for an offense enumerated in any other act in the commission of which a motor vehicle was used, the court shall promptly notify the Department on Form DL-21A, under 75 Pa.C.S. § 1534 (relating to notice of acceptance of Accelerative Rehabilitative Disposition).
(b) Content of the report. The report of the clerk of court, Form DL-21A, shall indicate:
(1) Name and current address of individual placed on accelerated rehabilitative disposition.
(2) Operators number or date of birth, or both, of individual placed on accelerated rehabilitative disposition.
(3) Date of violation.
(4) Date individual was placed on accelerated rehabilitative disposition.
(5) Description of charge.
(6) Section, subsection and name of the act violated.
(7) Terms and conditions of accelerated rehabilitative disposition.
(8) Court, term and number.
(c) Incomplete report. The Department will not process the report of the clerk of court showing accelerated rehabilitative disposition unless all the required information indicated in subsection (b) is provided to the Department. An incomplete Form DL-21A will be returned to the clerk of court for completion.
The provisions of this § 81.2 adopted May 5, 1978, effective May 6, 1978, 8 Pa.B. 1288; readopted July 6, 1990, effective immediately and apply retroactively to June 8, 1990, 20 Pa.B. 3690. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (127635) to (127636).
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