Section: 557.0011 Authorized Dispositions. Rsmo 557.011


Published: 2015

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Chapter 557

General Sentencing Provisions

←557.051

Section 557.011.1

557.016→

August 28, 2015

Authorized dispositions.

557.011. 1. Every person found guilty of an offense shall be dealt

with by the court in accordance with the provisions of this chapter, except

that for offenses defined outside this code and not repealed, the term of

imprisonment or the fine that may be imposed is that provided in the

statute defining the offense; however, the conditional release term of any

sentence of a term of years shall be determined as provided in subsection 4

of section 558.011.



2. Whenever any person has been found guilty of a felony or a

misdemeanor the court shall make one or more of the following dispositions

of the offender in any appropriate combination. The court may:



(1) Sentence the person to a term of imprisonment as authorized by

chapter 558;



(2) Sentence the person to pay a fine as authorized by chapter 560;



(3) Suspend the imposition of sentence, with or without placing the

person on probation;



(4) Pronounce sentence and suspend its execution, placing the person

on probation;



(5) Impose a period of detention as a condition of probation, as

authorized by section 559.026.



3. Whenever any person has been found guilty of an infraction, the

court shall make one or more of the following dispositions of the offender

in any appropriate combination. The court may:



(1) Sentence the person to pay a fine as authorized by chapter 560;



(2) Suspend the imposition of sentence, with or without placing the

person on probation;



(3) Pronounce sentence and suspend its execution, placing the person

on probation.



4. Whenever any organization has been found guilty of an offense, the

court shall make one or more of the following dispositions of the

organization in any appropriate combination. The court may:



(1) Sentence the organization to pay a fine as authorized by chapter

560;



(2) Suspend the imposition of sentence, with or without placing the

organization on probation;



(3) Pronounce sentence and suspend its execution, placing the

organization on probation;



(4) Impose any special sentence or sanction authorized by law.



5. This chapter shall not be construed to deprive the court of any

authority conferred by law to decree a forfeiture of property, suspend or

cancel a license, remove a person from office, or impose any other civil

penalty. An appropriate order exercising such authority may be included as

part of any sentence.



6. In the event a sentence of confinement is ordered executed, a

court may order that an individual serve all or any portion of such

sentence on electronic monitoring; except that all costs associated with

the electronic monitoring shall be charged to the person on house arrest.

If the judge finds the person unable to afford the costs associated with

electronic monitoring, the judge may order that the person be placed on

house arrest with electronic monitoring if the county commission agrees to

pay the costs of such monitoring. If the person on house arrest is unable

to afford the costs associated with electronic monitoring and the county

commission does not agree to pay from the general revenue of the county the

costs of such electronic monitoring, the judge shall not order that the

person be placed on house arrest with electronic monitoring.



(L. 1977 S.B. 60, A.L. 2011 H.B. 111, A.L. 2013 H.B. 215 merged with

H.B. 374 & 434 merged with S.B. 327)





2011

1991



2011



557.011. 1. Every person found guilty of an offense shall be dealt

with by the court in accordance with the provisions of this chapter, except

that for offenses defined outside this code and not repealed, the term of

imprisonment or the fine that may be imposed is that provided in the

statute defining the offense; however, the conditional release term of any

sentence of a term of years shall be determined as provided in subsection 4

of section 558.011.



2. Whenever any person has been found guilty of a felony or a

misdemeanor the court shall make one or more of the following dispositions

of the offender in any appropriate combination. The court may:



(1) Sentence the person to a term of imprisonment as authorized by

chapter 558;



(2) Sentence the person to pay a fine as authorized by chapter 560;



(3) Suspend the imposition of sentence, with or without placing the

person on probation;



(4) Pronounce sentence and suspend its execution, placing the person

on probation;



(5) Impose a period of detention as a condition of probation, as

authorized by section 559.026.



3. Whenever any person has been found guilty of an infraction, the

court shall make one or more of the following dispositions of the offender

in any appropriate combination. The court may:



(1) Sentence the person to pay a fine as authorized by chapter 560;



(2) Suspend the imposition of sentence, with or without placing the

person on probation;



(3) Pronounce sentence and suspend its execution, placing the person

on probation.



4. Whenever any organization has been found guilty of an offense, the

court shall make one or more of the following dispositions of the

organization in any appropriate combination. The court may:



(1) Sentence the organization to pay a fine as authorized by chapter

560;



(2) Suspend the imposition of sentence, with or without placing the

organization on probation;



(3) Pronounce sentence and suspend its execution, placing the

organization on probation;



(4) Impose any special sentence or sanction authorized by law.



5. This chapter shall not be construed to deprive the court of any

authority conferred by law to decree a forfeiture of property, suspend or

cancel a license, remove a person from office, or impose any other civil

penalty. An appropriate order exercising such authority may be included as

part of any sentence.



6. In the event a sentence of confinement is ordered executed, a

court may order that an individual serve all or any portion of such

sentence on electronic monitoring, except that all costs associated with

the electronic monitoring shall be charged to the person on house arrest.

If the judge finds the person unable to afford the costs associated with

electronic monitoring, then the judge shall not order that the person be

placed on house arrest with electronic monitoring.



1991



557.011. 1. Every person found guilty of an offense shall be dealt with

by the court in accordance with the provisions of this chapter, except that

for offenses defined outside this code and not repealed, the term of

imprisonment or the fine that may be imposed is that provided in the statute

defining the offense; however, the conditional release term of any sentence

of a term of years shall be determined as provided in subsection 4 of section

558.011.



2. Whenever any person has been found guilty of a felony or a

misdemeanor the court shall make one or more of the following dispositions of

the offender in any appropriate combination. The court may:



(1) Sentence the person to a term of imprisonment as authorized by

chapter 558;



(2) Sentence the person to pay a fine as authorized by chapter 560;



(3) Suspend the imposition of sentence, with or without placing the

person on probation;



(4) Pronounce sentence and suspend its execution, placing the person on

probation;



(5) Impose a period of detention as a condition of probation, as

authorized by section 559.026.



3. Whenever any person has been found guilty of an infraction, the court

shall make one or more of the following dispositions of the offender in any

appropriate combination. The court may:



(1) Sentence the person to pay a fine as authorized by chapter 560;



(2) Suspend the imposition of sentence, with or without placing the

person on probation;



(3) Pronounce sentence and suspend its execution, placing the person on

probation.



4. Whenever any organization has been found guilty of an offense, the

court shall make one or more of the following dispositions of the

organization in any appropriate combination. The court may:



(1) Sentence the organization to pay a fine as authorized by chapter 560;



(2) Suspend the imposition of sentence, with or without placing the

organization on probation;



(3) Pronounce sentence and suspend its execution, placing the

organization on probation;



(4) Impose any special sentence or sanction authorized by law.



5. This chapter shall not be construed to deprive the court of any

authority conferred by law to decree a forfeiture of property, suspend or

cancel a license, remove a person from office, or impose any other civil

penalty. An appropriate order exercising such authority may be included as

part of any sentence.



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