General conditions of release agreement
(1) If a defendant is released before judgment, the conditions of the release agreement shall be that the defendant will:
(a) Appear to answer the charge in the court having jurisdiction on a day certain and thereafter as ordered by the court until the defendant is discharged or the judgment is entered;
(b) Submit to the orders and process of the court;
(c) Not depart this state without leave of the court; and
(d) Comply with such other conditions as the court may impose.
(2)(a) In addition to the conditions listed in subsection (1) of this section, if the defendant is charged with an offense that also constitutes domestic violence, the court shall include as a condition of the release agreement that the defendant not contact the victim of the violence.
(b) Notwithstanding paragraph (a) of this subsection, the court may enter an order waiving the condition that the defendant have no contact with the victim if:
(A) The victim petitions the court for a waiver; and
(B) The court finds, after a hearing on the petition, that waiving the condition is in the best interests of the parties and the community.
(c) If the defendant was provided notice and an opportunity to be heard, the court shall also include in the agreement, when appropriate, terms and findings sufficient under 18 U.S.C. 922 (d)(8) and (g)(8) to affect the defendant’s ability to possess firearms and ammunition or engage in activities involving firearms.
(d) ORS 107.720 (Enforcement of restraining orders) applies to release agreements executed by defendants charged with an offense that constitutes domestic violence, except that proof of service of the release agreement is not required and the agreement may not be terminated at the request of the victim without a hearing. [1973 c.836 §150; 1991 c.111 §10; 1993 c.731 §6; 1999 c.617 §3; 2013 c.151 §2]
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