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This guide pertains to claims under $20,000. 

Addendum to evaluation of the Drug Court of Victoria by KPMG dated October 2016.

For all professional costs including solicitors’ costs and fees to counsel in respect of an arbitration, effective 1 January 2017.

Best Practice Guide - Summary Procedure Best Practice Guide to changes to summary procedure in the Magistrates' Court.

Scale of costs and fees which may be claimed by Counsel and Solicitors in the Civil Jurisdiction of the Magistrates Court of Victoria, effective 1 January 2017.
Fees charged by the Magistrates' Court on court documents and scales of costs and fees which may be claimed by Counsel and Solicitors, effective 1 January 2017.

This final report discusses the evaluation and operations of the three court-based diversionary programs that were part of the Victorian Drug Court Pilot:

Court fees payable in the Criminal Jurisdiction of the Magistrates' Court of Victoria, effective 1 July 2016

Court Integrated Service Programe - Tackling the Causes of Crime

Executive Summary Evaluation Report

The Court Integrated Services Program (CISP) is an integrated service delivery model, based in the Magistrates Court of Victoria, which seeks to address the cycle of reoffending by defendants.

Sheet Fact sheet giving an overview of the Criminal Justice Diversion Program

This report evaluates three court-based diversionary programs: the Drug Court pilot, the Court Referral and Evaluation for Drug Intervention and Treatment (CREDIT) program, and the Criminal Justice

Information sheet outlining the purpose and procedure of the Drug Court at Dandenong and including information for potential applicants.

Submission by the Drug Court of Victoria tThe National Ice Taskforce 

EDI fee table, effective 29 September 2012

This is the final evaluation report on the Court Integrated Services Program (CISP).

Final report of the evaluation of the Drug Court of Victoria dated 18 December 2014.

The Magistrates' Court of Victoria and Children's Court of Victoria have prepared a joint submission to the Royal Commission into Family Violence. The submission outlines 36 recommendations for the Royal Commission’s consideration.
In 2015, we committed to a range of family violence service improvements through our MCV Response to Family Violence 2015-17.