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    Default CST, CR, Aid in Sentencing

    1) CST, CR, Aid in Sentencing = ?
    2) if inpatient 15B = ?


    Context:

    IDENTIFYING INFORMATION



    __ Referring Court __ Charge(s)

    __ Date(s) of Alleged Offenses __ Date of Arrest

    __ Place of Evaluation (if applicable) which led to this court-ordered evaluation

    __ Type(s) of Evaluation (i.e., CST, CR, Aid in Sentencing, etc.)

    __ Statute/Legal Authority for Evaluation

    __ Place and Date of Admission (if inpatient 15B)

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    Default Re: CST, CR, Aid in Sentencing

    [1] "CST, CR, Aid in Sentencing" are names of evaluations. I have no idea what they mean, either. They're used in a specific field, so your best bet would be to check with the department/person who provided the checklist.

    [2] "if inpatient 15B" refers to Competency to Stand Trial Evaluations pursuant to M.G.L. chapter 123 § 15(b). Again, please check.

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    Default Re: CST, CR, Aid in Sentencing

    Thanks. How to pronounce§?

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    Default Re: CST, CR, Aid in Sentencing

    Chapter 123 § 15(b)

    How to pronounce §?
    Great question. The ligature § is made up of two intertwined Ss. Each "S" stands for a word, Section Sign, and the sign is pronounced "section".

    EX: Chapter 123 section 15(b)

    Further reading: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Section_sign

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