Sex offender employment and residence

S.E.A. 258, P.L. 220 Effective: July 1, 2019 Allows a court to prohibit, as a condition of probation, a sexually violent predator or an offender against children from having: (1) unsupervised contact; or (2) contact; with a child less than 16 years of age. Requires … [Read more...]

Probation and parole for animal abusers

S.E.A. 474, P.L. 37 Effective: July 1, 2019 Defines "animal abuse offense" and "companion animal", and establishes as a mandatory condition of probation and parole that a person convicted of an animal abuse offense may not own, harbor, or train a companion … [Read more...]

Probation and parole for animal abusers

The House Courts and Criminal Code Committee heard SB 474, sponsored by Rep. Negele, on probation and parole for animal abusers. This bill defines "animal abuse offense" and "companion animal" and establishes as a mandatory condition of probation and parole that a … [Read more...]

Probation and parole for animal abusers

The Senate Committee on Public Policy heard SB 474 authored by Sen. Alting on probation and parole restrictions for animal abusers. The bill mandates the parole board as a condition of parole, and the court as a condition of probation or parole, to prohibit a person … [Read more...]

Sentencing after probation revocation

The Senate Committee on Corrections and Criminal Law heard Sen. Head’s SB 319 on sentencing after probation revocation removing the statutory provision requiring the commission of a new criminal offense from the probation revocation statute concerning Level 6 offenses. … [Read more...]

Probation

The Senate Corrections and Criminal Law Committee heard SB 207 on probation conditions by Sen. M. Young. This bill provides that a court must require, as a condition of probation, that an offender against children not reside within 1,000 feet of a school, youth program … [Read more...]

Home detention matters

H.E.A. 1034, P.L. 21 Effective: July 1, 2018 Eliminates the requirement that a period of home detention ordered as a condition of probation must be at least 60 days. Allows a court to approve activities for an offender that do not require the offender to be confined … [Read more...]

Health matters

H.E.A. 1317, P.L. 209 Effective: §8 effective July 1, 2019 Section 8, opts Indiana out of the federal law prohibiting individuals convicted of drug offenses under Ind. Code §35-48 from receiving SNAP assistance if the individual meets specified conditions. … [Read more...]