Hearing prior to, or after, imposition of sanctions
Prior to the imposition of any structured, intermediate sanction or within four judicial days after receiving notice that a structured, intermediate sanction has been imposed on a probationer pursuant to rules adopted under ORS 137.595 (Establishing system of sanctions), the court, upon motion of the district attorney or on its own motion, may cause the probationer to be brought before the court for a hearing, and may revoke probation or impose such other or additional sanctions or modify the conditions of probation as authorized by law. In no case may the sentencing judge cause a probationer to be brought before the court for a hearing and revoke probation or impose other or additional sanctions after the probationer has completed a structured, intermediate sanction imposed by the Department of Corrections or a county community corrections agency pursuant to rules adopted under ORS 137.595 (Establishing system of sanctions). [1993 c.680 §13]
Note: See note under 137.592 (Policy regarding probation violations).
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