June 22, 2010

2010 Colorado Acts - Escapes


Escapes – HB 10-1373 – Most Escapes now may be served concurrently
(1)  Escapes, under C.R.S §18-8-208, may be served concurrently if the person ‘escaped’ from a direct sentence to community corrections or intensive supervision parole (Under the new subsection (2) of C.R.S. §18-8-209 Concurrent and Consecutive Sentences);
(2)  Attempt to Escape, under C.R.S §18-8-208.1, is a class 5 felony and may be served concurrently if the person ‘escaped’ from a direct sentence to community corrections or intensive supervision parole (under new subsection (1.5) under 18-8-208.1 Attempt to Escape);
(3)  Aiding Escape, under C.R.S. §18-8-201, may be served concurrently if the person ‘escaped’ from a direct sentence to community corrections or intensive supervision parole (Under the new subsection (2) of C.R.S. §18-8-209 Concurrent and Consecutive Sentences);
(4)  Transfer from DOC to a community corrections facility – if the person escaped under these conditions, he/she committed a class 4 felony and the time must be served consecutively.
(5)  Work-Release Walk-A-Ways -  Court must still sentence the client consecutively.

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