2940.2000 Requirements And Prohibitions Of Release

Published: 2015

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Subpart 1.


All offenders on parole or supervised release shall be required to comply with the standard conditions of parole or supervised release in subparts 2 to 10.

Subp. 2.


Releasees upon leaving the institution shall report immediately at the destination specified by the supervising agent.

Subp. 3.


Releasees shall at all times follow the instructions of their supervising agent and keep the supervising agent informed of their residence and activities. Releasees shall advise their supervising agent within 24 hours if they are arrested.

Subp. 4.


Releasees shall maintain contact with the supervising agent in the manner prescribed by that supervising agent.

Subp. 5.

Submit reports and respond.

Releasees shall submit reports as required by the supervising agent and shall respond promptly to any communication from their supervising agent.

Subp. 6.

Intoxicants and drugs.

Releasees shall follow the supervising agent's instructions with respect to the use of intoxicants and shall not possess or use narcotics or other drugs, preparations, or substances as defined by Minnesota Statutes, chapter 152, except those prescribed for the releasee by a licensed physician.

Subp. 7.


Releasees shall not purchase or otherwise obtain or have in their possession any type of firearm or dangerous weapon as defined by Minnesota Statutes, section 609.02, subdivision 6.

Subp. 8.

Leaving the state.

Releasees shall not leave the state without the written permission of the supervising agent specifying the terms and conditions under which permission is granted.

Subp. 9.

Subsequent convictions.

Releasees shall not be convicted of any felony, gross misdemeanor, or any misdemeanor punishable by imprisonment as defined in Minnesota Statutes, section 609.02, or of repeated traffic offenses other than parking violations. Acknowledgment in the form of a confession under oath in open court before a judge may be considered a conviction for the purpose of this condition.

Subp. 10.

Probable cause to hold.

A finding of probable cause by a court of competent jurisdiction or grand jury indictment shall be considered grounds to hold a releasee in custody unless and until the releasee is found not guilty.