Introduced by Sen. Adam Kline (D) on January 12, 2011, to provide for exceptions to the requirement that certain persistent offender be sentenced to life imprisonment. The bill allows persistent offenders to be sentenced to community custody after a minimum fifteen-year prison sentence if none of the offender's convictions used as a basis for the finding that the offender was a persistent offender is a class A felony or sex offense, or a deadly weapons verdict.
Referred to the Senate Human Services & Corrections Committee on January 12, 2011.
Referred to the Senate Judiciary Committee on January 17, 2011.
1) Re: 2011 Senate Bill 5053 (Allowing community custody after fifteen years of prison for persistent offenders) by Paul S. on January 13, 2011
I support releasing chronic offenders to Klines gated community
2) 2011 Senate Bill 5053 (Allowing community custody after fifteen years of prison for persistent offenders) by admin on January 1, 2001 Introduced in the Senate on January 12, 2011