Imposition by court; alternative programs or treatment; prohibition on suspending term of imprisonment; placement under supervision of Chief Parole and Probation Officer.
1. In issuing an order granting probation, the court may fix the terms and conditions thereof, including, without limitation:
(a) A requirement for restitution;
(b) An order that the probationer dispose of all the weapons he possesses; or
(c) Any reasonable conditions to protect the health, safety or welfare of the community or to ensure that the probationer will appear at all times and places ordered by the court, including, without limitation:
(1) Requiring the probationer to remain in this state or a certain county within this state;
(2) Prohibiting the probationer from contacting or attempting to contact a specific person or from causing or attempting to cause another person to contact that person on his behalf;
(3) Prohibiting the probationer from entering a certain geographic area; or
(4) Prohibiting the probationer from engaging in specific conduct that may be harmful to his own health, safety or welfare, or the health, safety or welfare of another person.
2. In issuing an order granting probation to a person who is found guilty of a category C, D or E felony, the court may require the person as a condition of probation to participate in and complete to the satisfaction of the court any alternative program, treatment or activity deemed appropriate by the court.
3. The court shall not suspend the execution of a sentence of imprisonment after the defendant has begun to serve it.
4. In placing any defendant on probation or in granting a defendant a suspended sentence, the court shall direct that he be placed under the supervision of the Chief Parole and Probation Officer.
Last modified: February 25, 2006