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Title 28 : Public Institutions and Corrections


Subchapter 002 : DURATION

(Cite as: 28 V.S.A. § 362)
  • § 362. Duration of supervised community sentence

    A sentence of supervised community sentence shall not terminate earlier than the expiration of the minimum term of imprisonment ordered by the sentencing court. Upon the expiration of the minimum sentence, the offender's case shall be reviewed by the Parole Board. If the offender has successfully completed the obligations of supervised community sentence responsibilities, including restitution if imposed by the sentencing court, and successfully abided by the conditions of the sentence, the Commissioner may recommend to the Parole Board that the offender be paroled from supervised community sentence. The Board may, if warranted by the conduct of the offender and the ends of justice:

    (1) continue the offender under supervised community sentence until the expiration of the maximum term of sentence;

    (2) release the offender under parole supervision pursuant to chapter 7 of this title; or

    (3) terminate the offender from supervision altogether. (Added 1989, No. 291 (Adj. Sess.), § 4.)