House Bill 525

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Last Action 03/02/20: to Judiciary (H)
Title AN ACT relating to crimes and punishments.
Bill Documents Introduced
Fiscal Impact Statements Corrections Impact
Local Mandate
Bill Request Number 2103
Sponsors T. Branham Clark, G. Brown Jr
Summary of Original Version Amend KRS 439.250 to define "technical violation"; amend KRS 439.315 to provide that failure without good cause to pay an installment pursuant to a release agreement is a technical violation; specify that willful nonpayment of fees is a technical violation and grounds for revocation; amend KRS 439.341 to require preliminary hearings for supervised individuals who have been detained for a technical violation to be conducted within 15 days of detainment; require a show cause hearing to be held to extend the period of detainment beyond the 15 days; prohibit the period of detainment pending final revocation to exceed revocation caps; amend KRS 439.430 to allow a summons to be issued in lieu of a warrant for a technical violation; require a preliminary hearing and revocation hearing to be conducted before a parolee can be revoked; require the final revocation hearing to be conducted within 30 business days of the date of the preliminary hearing; limit the term of imprisonment that can be imposed for a technical violation to up to 30 days for the first revocation, up to 90 days for the second revocation, up to 180 days for the third revocation, and up to 2 years for the fourth and subsequent revocation; amend KRS 439.553 to require graduated sanctions to be used in response to technical violations; amend KRS 532.260 to allow graduated sanctions to be used in response to technical violations committed while on home incarceration; amend KRS 533.050 to require a final revocation hearing to be held within 30 business days of the preliminary hearing; prohibit individuals detained pending a final revocation hearing from being held beyond the maximum time that can be revoked for a technical violation; limit the term of imprisonment that can be imposed for a technical violation to up to 30 days for the first revocation, up to 90 days for the second revocation, up to 180 days for the third revocation, and up to two years for the fourth and subsequent revocation; amend KRS 439.3107 and 533.020 to conform; repeal KRS 439.440; EFFECTIVE January 1, 2021.
Index Headings of Original Version Corrections Impact - Technical violations, graduated sanctions and revocation caps for
Local Mandate - Technical violations, graduated sanctions and revocation caps for
Courts - Technical violations, graduated sanctions and revocation caps for
Crimes and Punishments - Technical violations, graduated sanctions and revocation caps for
Criminal Procedure - Technical violations, graduated sanctions and revocation caps for
Effective Dates, Delayed - Technical violations, graduated sanctions and revocation caps for, January 1, 2021
Probation and Parole - Technical violations, graduated sanctions and revocation caps for

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02/27/20
  • introduced in House
03/02/20
  • to Judiciary (H)


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