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13-924 - Probation; earned time credit; applicability
13-924. Probation; earned time credit; applicability
A. The court may adjust the period of a probationer's supervised probation on the recommendation of an adult probation officer for earned time credit.
B. Earned time credit equals twenty days for every thirty days that a probationer does all of the following:
1. Exhibits positive progression toward the goals and treatment of the probationer’s case plan.
2. Is current on payments for court ordered restitution and is in compliance with all other nonmonetary obligations.
3. Is current in completing community restitution.
C. Any earned time credit awarded pursuant to this section shall be revoked if a probationer is found in violation of a condition of probation.
D. This section does not apply to a probationer who is currently:
1. On lifetime probation.
2. On probation for any class 2 or 3 felony.
3. On probation exclusively for a misdemeanor offense.
4. Required to register pursuant to section 13-3821.
E. This section has no effect on the ability of the court to terminate the period of probation or intensive probation pursuant to section 13-901, subsection E at a time earlier than originally imposed.