Presentence investigation and examination
(1)(a) A court shall order a presentence investigation and an examination of the defendant by a psychiatrist or psychologist upon motion of the district attorney if:
(A) The defendant is convicted of a crime listed in ORS 137.765 (Sexually violent dangerous offenders) (3); and
(B) In the opinion of the court, there is reason to believe that the defendant is a sexually violent dangerous offender as defined in ORS 137.765 (Sexually violent dangerous offenders).
(b) The court may appoint one or more qualified psychiatrists or psychologists to examine the defendant in the local correctional facility.
(2) The state shall pay all costs connected with an examination under this section.
(3) The examination performed pursuant to this section must be completed within 30 days if the defendant is in custody or within 60 days if the defendant is not in custody. The court may order extensions not exceeding 30 days. Each psychiatrist or psychologist appointed to examine a defendant under this section shall file with the court a written report of findings and conclusions, including an evaluation of whether the defendant is predisposed to commit a crime listed in ORS 137.765 (Sexually violent dangerous offenders) (3) because the defendant has:
(a) Psychopathic personality features; and
(b) Sexually deviant arousal patterns or interests.
(4) No statement made by a defendant under this section may be used against the defendant in any civil proceeding or in any other criminal proceeding.
(5) Upon receipt of the examination and presentence reports the court shall set a time for a sentence hearing. At the sentence hearing the district attorney and the defendant may question any psychiatrist or psychologist who examined the defendant pursuant to this section.
(6) If, after considering the evidence in the case or in the sentence hearing, the jury or, if the defendant waives the right to a jury trial, the court finds that the defendant is a sexually violent dangerous offender, the court shall sentence the defendant as provided in ORS 137.765 (Sexually violent dangerous offenders).
(7) The fact that a person is a sexually violent dangerous offender is an enhancement fact, as defined in ORS 136.760 (Definitions for ORS 136.765 to 136.785), and ORS 136.765 (Notice to defendant) to 136.785 (Burden of proof) apply to making a determination of the fact. [1999 c.163 §3; 2005 c.463 §§12,17; 2007 c.16 §7]
Note: See note under 137.765 (Sexually violent dangerous offenders).
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