Module 4

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Identify the four types of Community Supervision in Texas
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Terms in this set (8)
1. Who can give it
2. Eligibility for regular vs deferred
3. Right to bail
4. Eligibility for early discharge from community supervision
5. Eligibility for Community Supervision later
6. Confinement as a condition of community supervision
7. Sentence upon revocation
8. Federal firearm law
9. State firearm law
10. Right to vote
1. Sentence begins when it is imposed
2. Continuing jurisdiction of trial court
3. No previous incarceration for service of shock probation
4. Intended for marginal risk offenders
5. Excluded offenses
6. Only the judge can grant shock community supervision
7. The whole community supervision term can be used
8. A type of regular community supervision for revocation purposes
1. Enhancement for state jail felonies:
2. It is a type of regular or shock community supervision
3. Can be extended by the judge, not to exceed 10 years
4. Can be placed in a state jail facility for a term of not less than 90 days and not more than 180 days
5. Revocation proceedings - ordinary procedures apply
6. The judge may utilize shock on a state jail felony conviction by sending the offender to state jail and receiving reports every 90 days, but can Suspend the remainder of the sentence and place the individual on state jail felony community supervision after the offender has served at least 75 days of his sentence at a state jail facility
1. It's an agreement between the DA and the defendant
2. It usually occurs at the charge phase of the process
3. The CSCDs are allowed to supervise the offender and claim the cases for funding if the case is a felony
4. The court May order the person to pay a supervision fee not to exceed $60 a month and may order the person to pay for or reimburse the CSCD for any other expenses incurred as a result of their participation in the pretrial program
5. HB 2385 allows a district or county attorney to collect a fee up to $500 to reimburse the county for expenses related to the pretrial intervention program