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House Bill 1806


House Bill 1806

ARCHIVE (2001)

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DIGEST OF HB1806 (Updated April 3, 2001 2:28 PM - DI 84)


Home detention. Requires a probation department or community corrections program supervising a violent offender on home detention to initially notify a law enforcement agency if the violent offender violates the home detention order. Prohibits a court from placing an offender on home detention if the offender resides in a different county, unless the offender is eligible for home detention in the county of residence and will be supervised by the probation department or a community corrections program in the offender's county of residence. Provides that home detention fees are to be paid to the county supervising the offender. Requires a probation department or community corrections program to constantly monitor a violent offender. Requires a probation department or community corrections department to develop criteria for determining if a person is a violent offender. Creates an offense for a person who is on home detention and who leaves the home, remains outside the home, or travels to an unauthorized location. Makes the offense a Class A misdemeanor.
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