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House Bill 1112


House Bill 1112

ARCHIVE (2005)

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DIGEST OF HB 1112 (Updated April 28, 2005 6:11 pm - DI 106)


Correction and sentencing matters. Allows the department of correction (DOC) to provide a transitional dormitory with faith based programming at any state operated correctional facility. Directs the DOC to submit a report to the legislative council on the progress of faith based transitional dormitories. Directs the DOC commissioner to report the progress of contracting with a faith based organization to create a pilot project to operate faith based transitional dormitories at state operated correctional facilities. Allows a court to order a county jail inmate to reimburse a county for all or a portion of medical care expenses incurred by the county in providing medical care to the inmate as a term of a sentence. Provides exceptions for certain county jail inmates. Allows certain persons convicted of operating a vehicle while intoxicated with two prior unrelated convictions to be placed directly in a community corrections program if: (1) the person is required to serve the nonsuspendible part of the person's sentence in a work release program or a program that uses electronic monitoring as part of the person's supervision; and (2) the person participates in a court approved substance abuse program. Provides that a person convicted of operating a vehicle while intoxicated causing death or causing serious bodily injury may not be placed directly in a community corrections program, and specifies that operating while intoxicated causing death as a Class B felony by a person at least 21 years old is nonsuspendible. Makes technical corrections concerning references to aggravating circumstances. Provides that the violation of a condition of community corrections placement or a condition of pretrial release is an aggravating circumstance, and specifies that a court may consider nonstatutory matters in imposing a sentence. (Relocates and repeals a provision dealing with aggravating circumstances). (This conference committee report does the following: Allows the department of correction to provide a transitional dormitory with faith based programming at any state operated correctional facility. Permits a court to order a county jail inmate to reimburse a county for all or a portion of medical care expenses incurred by the county in providing medical care to the inmate as a term of a sentence. Makes technical corrections concerning references to aggravating circumstances, provides that the violation of a condition of community corrections placement or a condition of pretrial release is an aggravating circumstance, and specifies that a court may consider nonstatutory matters in imposing a sentence.)
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