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Floretta Freehill

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SB 2455 – Introduced 03/01/11 – Amended 08/18/11 (SB2455) SB 2455: Provides for the reclassification of some Kansas prisoners to Community Corrections and Community Support Programs directs the Department of Corrections to produce rules and regulations regarding such inmates- establishes criteria for the reclassification of prisoners requires a court or a jury to discover somebody committed a violent felony just before classifying the defendant as being qualified to get involved in community corrections establishes minimum conditions of incarceration under community corrections and community support programs- provides for the revocation of parole or probation for a prisoner convicted of a new offense while under supervision in a community corrections and community support program- allows for the revocation of parole or probation by the court for a violation of the circumstances belonging to the individual’s sentence, when the court decides anyone was convicted of a crime, while under supervision in a community corrections and community support program provides for the revocation of probation or maybe parole by the court for a violation of the problems of the individual’s sentence, if the court determines the individual was convicted of a crime, while under supervision in a community corrections and https://www.newpolitics.org/dan-helmer community support program provides for judicial review of the parole or probation revocation hearing and provides for post revocation sanctions, this includes suspension or revocation of parole, probation, or suspension from the community ka11ka corrections program for up to 18 months- helps make any other similar changes- and also creates technical changes to the provisions of today’s version of the statute.

SB 1564 – Introduced 03/01/11 – Amended 08/18/11 (SB1564) SB 1564: Increases the mandatory sentencing cap on drug cases from 10 years to 20 years- limits the court’s potential to impose a discretionary maximum sentence- clarifies the sentencing of defendants with prior felony convictions- clarifies the sentence imposed upon a first time offender and also makes it possible for the mandatory minimum sentence for the possession of twenty five grams or less of marijuana being enhanced.

Allows for the reclassification of a number of Kansas prisoners to Community Corrections and Community Support Programs- directs the Department of Corrections to produce rules and also regulations regarding such inmates- establishes criteria for the reclassification of prisoners- requires a court or a jury to discover someone committed a violent felony prior to classifying the defendant as being eligible to get involved in community corrections establishes minimum terms of incarceration under community corrections and community support programs- provides for the revocation of probation or parole for a prisoner convicted of the latest offense while under supervision in a community corrections and community support program- provides for the revocation of parole or probation by the court to get a violation of the circumstances on the individual’s sentence, if the court determines the person was convicted of a bad thing, while under supervision in a community corrections and community support program- provides for judicial review of the parole or maybe probation revocation hearing and offers for post revocation sanctions, this includes suspension or revocation of parole, probation, or maybe suspension from the community corrections plan for up to eighteen months helps make any other related changes- and creates specialized modifications to the provisions of the current model of the statute.

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