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Looking to save nearly $10-million, the Oregon House has extended a 2009 bill to limit sentences for probation violators to sixty days. Aloha Democrat Jeff Barker says, “Senate Bill 730 continues the limitation of 60 days that court can impose as a sanction on a person who has received a sentence of presumptive probation and has violated the conditions of that probation; unless that person is convicted of a new crime.”   The bill extends the limited sentences for two years.

 

 

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