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Circuit Court Criminal Forms

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The following forms can be completed online and printed for submission to the court. The forms available for completion online are those typically completed and submitted by an attorney-represented or self-represented party to a case.

Circuit Court
Criminal Forms and Instructions
Application and Authorization for Waiver of Fee Cap
[Form DC-40(A)]
General Information and Instructions for DC-40(A)
Attorney Time Sheet  
Statutory Criteria for Fee Cap Waiver Guidelines  
Frequently asked questions about waivers for court-appointed counsel  
Surety's Capias and Bailpiece Release
[Form CC-1305]
Instructions
Bond to Retain Possession
[Form CC-1309]
Instructions

Subpoena for Witness
[Form CC-1342]
Instructions

Notice of Appeal from Trial Court
[Form CC-1345]
Instructions
Notice of Referral to Probation Officer
[Form CC-1375]
Instructions
Petition for Deferred or Installment Payment of Fine And Costs
[Form CC-1378]
Instructions

How to Fill Out Revisable PDF Forms

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Format of Forms

These forms are available as Adobe Acrobat PDF documents. The Adobe Acrobat Viewer (free from Adobe) allows you to view, complete and print PDF documents.

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