Kansas Statutes Annotated
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Statute Number:22-2816
Chapter Title:CRIMINAL PROCEDURE
Article Title:CONDITIONS OF RELEASE
Tax Type:All
Brief Description:Supervised release; eligibility; agreement; elements of
program.
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22-2816. Supervised release; eligibility; agreement; elements of program. (a) Supervised release programs shall consist of extensive interviews with defendants who have been denied release on personal recognizance to select those defendants who under some form of supervised release are likely to appear in court when required, are likely to cooperate with and benefit from supervised release and are willing to actively participate therein. Defendants who are not residents of Kansas, who are the subject of specific detainer orders of other state or federal law enforcement agencies or who are in need of physical or mental care or treatment, including care or treatment for any chemical dependency or intoxication, shall not be eligible for a recommendation for supervised release or to participate in a supervised release program.
(b) Upon the basis of interviews and other available information, court services officers shall prepare and submit, in proper cases, recommendations to the court for supervised release of defendants and shall include suggestions for appropriate conditions for the release of the defendants. If the court orders the release of the defendant with the condition of specific participation in the supervised release program, the court services officer shall prepare and the defendant shall sign a written agreement containing (1) an acknowledgment of the relationship between the supervised release program and the defendant, (2) the details of the conditions of release and (3) a statement of the consequences of any breach of the agreement by the defendant.
(c) The supervised release program for each defendant shall be compatible with all required court appearances and shall include appropriate programs for diagnostic testing, education, skills training, employment and counseling. Each defendant under supervised release shall be closely supervised by a court services officer and may be terminated from the supervised release program by court order revoking the release order or by final disposition of the charges against the defendant.
History: L. 1981, ch. 152, 3; L. 1984, ch. 112, 8; July 1.


Date Composed: 04/04/2011 Date Modified: 04/04/2011

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