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In Oregon, can the judge successfully terminate a person from

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In Oregon, can the judge successfully terminate a person from the DVDSP early upon demonstration that he has completed 9 months of the program with no problems? What is the Oregon code section for DVDSP?
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Criminal Law
Expert:  JB Umphrey replied 5 years ago.
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The Domestic Violence Deferred Sentencing Program (DVDSP) is available to defendants charged with misdemeanors involving domestic violence, such as assault or harassment. Defendants may have their case dismissed by completing classes aimed at teaching abuse prevention and conflict resolution techniques.

The answer to your question is, yes, a defendant who has completed all program requirements early may be terminated early at the discretion of the judge.

You can research the Oregon laws at this link:

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