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Chapter 145-1 RULES OF GENERAL APPLICABILITY

Rule 145-1-.01 Criminal Case Data Exchange Board

(1) The General Assembly created the Criminal Case Data Exchange Board to promulgate rules for criminal e-Filing and to facilitate the implementation of statewide criminal case e-Filing and related data exchanges.
(2) The mailing address of the Criminal Case Data Exchange Board is 104 Marietta Street, Suite 440, Atlanta, Georgia 30303.

Rule 145-1-.02 General Definitions

(1) "Board" means the Criminal Case Data Exchange Board.
(2) "County-level partners" means the head of a county governing authority (Chairperson of the County Board of Commissioners, Sole Commissioner, or Mayor of a Consolidated Government), Sheriff, Chief Superior Court Judge, Clerk of Superior Court, Chief State Court Judge, Clerk of State Court, Public Defender, District Attorney, Solicitor General, and Chief Magistrate Judge.
(3) "State-level partners" means the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, Georgia Department of Community Supervision, Georgia Department of Corrections, Georgia Technology Authority, Georgia Public Defender Council, and Prosecuting Attorneys' Council of Georgia.
(4) "Approved vendor" means a vendor that has been certified to participate in the Criminal Justice e-Filing Project by the Georgia Technology Authority (GTA) based on an approved scope of work and associated budget from the Criminal Case Data Exchange Board.

Rule 145-1-.03 Petition for Promulgation, Amendment, or Repeal of Rule

(1) Any interested person may petition the Criminal Case Data Exchange Board requesting the promulgation, amendment, or repeal of a rule, as contemplated in the Georgia Administrative Procedure Act. (O.C.G.A. § 50-13-1, et seq.).
(2) Each such petition should be filed with the Criminal Case Data Exchange Board in writing and state:
(a) The name and address of the petitioner;
(b) The full text of the rule requested to be amended or repealed, or the full text of the rule desired to be promulgated;
(c) A paragraphed statement of the reasons such rule should be amended, repealed or promulgated, including a statement of all pertinent and existing facts as to the petitioner's interest in the matter;
(d) Citations of legal authorities, if any, which authorize, support or require the action requested by the petitioner. The petition must be verified under oath, by or in proper behalf of the petitioner.
(3) Upon receipt of the petition, the Chairperson of the Criminal Case Data Exchange Board shall give the petition due consideration and present it to the Criminal Case Data Exchange Board for determination. Within 30 days after submission of a petition, the Criminal Case Data Exchange Board either shall deny the petition in writing, stating its reasons for the denial, or shall initiate rule-making proceedings in accordance with O.C.G.A. § 50-13-4. with the Georgia Administrative Procedure Act (O.C.G.A. § 50-13-1, et seq.).