135.290 Violation Of Release Agreement

As stated in ORS 135.230 to 135,290, a superior of an accused with parole who knowingly assists the defendant in his violation of his parole or who knowingly does not report the defendant`s offence, is punishable by contempt. If the accused agreed, as part of a declassification agreement, to appear before the district court on the „dates to be determined” and to answer for his actions at the „hours to be determined” and not to appear voluntarily on the last day of the trial, his violation of the release agreement was not excused by his presence on other days of the trial. State v. Phillips, 84 Gold App 316, 734 P2d 4 (1987), Sup Ct Review denied (a) violation of any of the provisions of the ORS 135.260 release agreement; or (9) a „release agreement,” an agreement under oath by the defendant indicating the terms of the release and, if applicable, the amount of the guarantee. 6. „personal recognition,” the release of a defendant after the defendant`s promise to appear in court at all appropriate times. (13) „Surety” is a person who executes a security clearance and agrees to pay the amount of the guarantee if the defendant does not comply with the release agreement. (12) „security authorization,” a publication subject to the undertaking to appear in court at all appropriate times, guaranteed by cash, shares, bonds or real estate. 1.

The defendant is not released from pre-trial detention unless the defendant is discharged to the court administrator, when the judge presides over the execution of a release agreement duly executed by the defendant under the conditions prescribed by the defence judge, or the amount of the guarantee is deposited at the level set by the judge in accordance with ORS 135.230 (definition of ORS 135.230 to 135,290) at 135,290 (sanction by non-compliance with the jurisdiction). (7) „primary exoneration criteria”: (c) the defendant`s criminal record, if it exists, and, if the accused was released in advance pending trial, if the accused appeared properly; (d) any facts indicating the possibility of a violation of the law when the defendant is released without any regulation; and (10) „declassification decision,” a finding by a judge using primary and secondary criteria of release, which defines the most appropriate form of release to ensure the safety of the public and the victim, the defendant`s appearance in court and the absence of spousal violence during his release. (b) wilfully, knowingly or recklessly raises fears of imminent serious assault; or (a) the status of the employment and the defendant`s history and financial situation; (2) A defendant may be punished with contempt if the defendant is knowingly: . (d) the names of those who agree to assist the defendant in participating in court at the right time; and (4) „family or household members,” one of the following mentions: . (e) people who have lived together or who have been involved in a sexually intimate relationship. (e) All facts that indicate that the defendant has a strong connection to the community. (a) adequate protection of the victim or the public; (b) is contrary to a post-mandated order under ORS 135.247 (order to prohibit all contact with victims of sexual offences or domestic violence). [1973 v.836 No 157; 2011 v.232 No. 2] (b) Non-compliance with an order entered under ORS 135.247. [1973 v.836 157; 2011 v.232 2] (5) „Magistrate” has the intended meaning for this term in ORS 133.030.

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