Service to victim
Upon agreement of the youth offender, the youth offender’s parent or guardian and the victim of the youth offender’s conduct, the court may order a youth offender to perform personal service for the victim as a condition of probation. Contact with a victim to determine whether the victim is willing to agree to such personal service shall be by a person to be designated by the court and may not be by the youth offender. The victim shall be advised by such person of any prior findings of juvenile court jurisdiction of the youth offender under ORS 419C.005 (Jurisdiction). The court shall specify the nature and length of the service as the court finds appropriate. Personal service performed pursuant to the order shall constitute full or partial satisfaction of any restitution ordered by the court, as provided by agreement prior to the making of the order. However, in no case shall the youth offender, pursuant to this section, perform more hours of personal service than would be indicated by dividing the victim’s monetary loss by the legal minimum wage. [1993 c.33 §235; 2003 c.396 §116]
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