Standards for discharge of defendant
(1) Any court empowered to suspend imposition or execution of sentence or to sentence a defendant to probation may discharge the defendant if:
(a) The conviction is for an offense other than murder, treason or a Class A or B felony; and
(b) The court is of the opinion that no proper purpose would be served by imposing any condition upon the defendant’s release.
(2) If a sentence of discharge is imposed for a felony, the court shall set forth in the record the reasons for its action.
(3) If the court imposes a sentence of discharge, the defendant shall be released with respect to the conviction for which the sentence is imposed without imprisonment, fine, probationary supervision or conditions.
(4) If a defendant pleads not guilty and is tried and found guilty, a sentence of discharge is a judgment on a conviction for all purposes, including an appeal by the defendant.
(5) If a defendant pleads guilty, a sentence of discharge is not appealable, but for all other purposes is a judgment on a conviction. [1971 c.743 §84; 1993 c.14 §20; 2003 c.576 §249]
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