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Exhibit A, ATTC Form

R-09-0029

Emergency effective date of January 1, 2010 Public comments due May 20, 2010

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Patrick Scott

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Judges
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R-09-0029 concerns fingerprinting procedures. Several of the rule amendments arising from this petition are described in the Rules of Criminal Procedure section above.

R-09-0029 amended the form used for the Arizona Traffic Ticket and Complaint. The amended form provides a space in the lower right quadrant for the arresting officer to indicate with a “yes” or “no” check box whether ten-print fingerprinting has already been completed.

Impact

If ten-print fingerprinting has been completed, the “yes” box should be marked, and a process control number should be available on the final disposition report. If the “no” box is checked and the defendant has not presented the court with a completed mandatory fingerprint compliance form, the court will need to order that the defendant be ten-print fingerprinted at a designated time and place.

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