Discharge of person under jurisdiction of board
- • periodic review of status
(1) Any person placed under the jurisdiction of the Psychiatric Security Review Board pursuant to ORS 161.336 (Conditional release by Psychiatric Security Review Board) or 161.341 (Order of commitment) shall be discharged at such time as the board, upon a hearing, shall find by a preponderance of the evidence that the person is no longer affected by mental disease or defect or, if so affected, no longer presents a substantial danger to others which requires regular medical care, medication, supervision or treatment.
(2) For purposes of this section, a person affected by a mental disease or defect in a state of remission is considered to have a mental disease or defect. A person whose mental disease or defect may, with reasonable medical probability, occasionally become active and when it becomes active will render the person a danger to others, shall not be discharged. The person shall continue under such supervision and treatment as the board deems necessary to protect the person and others.
(3) Any person who has been placed under the jurisdiction of the board and who has spent five years on conditional release shall be brought before the board for hearing within 30 days of the expiration of the five-year period. The board shall review the person’s status and determine whether the person should be discharged from the jurisdiction of the board. [1977 c.380 §17 (enacted in lieu of 161.350); 1981 c.711 §13; 1985 c.192 §4; 1989 c.49 §1]
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