SCRAM (Secure Continuous Remote Alcohol Monitoring) is now available for use in all family court matters where a party has identified alcohol as a negative factor relating to child physical placement. It can be used as an assessment or monitoring tool for divorce and paternity cases, in both pre and post judgment matters. The protocol and brochure that follows attempts to answer many questions related to the use of SCRAM in a particular case. Keep in mind that the exact details of its use can be tailored to address the precise use or concern in each individual case.
Protocol for SCRAM use in Family/Paternity Cases
SCRAM may be used in pre and post judgment family court and paternity court matters.
The judge or family court commissioner may order the use of SCRAM upon a request from any of the following individuals of a case:
The court order shall address: