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(f) The court shall direct the department to use any submissions under par. (d), the report submitted under par. (e), or other residential options identified by the department to prepare a supervised release plan for the person. The department shall prepare a supervised release plan that identifies the proposed residence. The plan shall address the person's need, if any, for supervision, counseling, medication, community support services, residential services, vocational services, and alcohol or other drug abuse treatment. The supervised release plan shall be submitted to the court within 90 days of the finding under par. (cg). The court may grant extensions of this time period for good cause.
(g) The court shall review the plan submitted by the department under par. (cm). If the details of the plan adequately meet the treatment needs of the individual and the safety needs of the community, then the court shall approve the plan and determine that supervised release is appropriate. If the details of the plan do not adequately meet the treatment needs of the individual or the safety needs of the community, then the court shall determine that supervised release is not appropriate or direct the preparation of another supervised release plan to be considered by the court under this paragraph.
434,121 Section 121. 980.08 (5) of the statutes is repealed.
434,122 Section 122. 980.08 (6m) of the statutes is amended to read:
980.08 (6m) An order for supervised release places the person in the custody and control of the department. The department shall arrange for control, care and treatment of the person in the least restrictive manner consistent with the requirements of the person and in accordance with the plan for supervised release approved by the court under sub. (5) (4) (g). A person on supervised release is subject to the conditions set by the court and to the rules of the department. Within 10 days of imposing a rule, the department shall file with the court any additional rule of supervision not inconsistent with the rules or conditions imposed by the court. If the department wants to change a rule or condition of supervision imposed by the court, the department must obtain the court's approval. Before a person is placed on supervised release by the court under this section, the court shall so notify the municipal police department and county sheriff for the municipality and county in which the person will be residing. The notification requirement under this subsection does not apply if a municipal police department or county sheriff submits to the court a written statement waiving the right to be notified.
(7) (a) If the department alleges believes that a released person on supervised release, or awaiting placement on supervised release, has violated, or threatened to violate, any condition or rule , or that of supervised release, the department may petition for revocation of the order granting supervised release as described in par. (c) or may detain the person.
(b) If the department believes that a person on supervised release, or awaiting placement on supervised release, is a threat to the safety of others requires that supervised release be revoked, he or she may be taken into custody under the rules of the department. The department shall submit a statement showing probable cause of the detention and a, the department shall detain the person and petition to revoke for revocation of the order for granting supervised release to as described in par. (c).
(c) If the department concludes that the order granting supervised release should be revoked, it shall file with the committing court a statement alleging the violation and or threat of a violation and a petition to revoke the order for supervised release and provide a copy of each to the regional office of the state public defender responsible for handling cases in the county where the committing court is located. If the department has detained the person under par. (a) or (b), the department shall file the statement and the petition and provide them to the regional office of the state public defender within 72 hours after the detention, excluding Saturdays, Sundays and legal holidays. Pending the revocation hearing, the department may detain the person in a jail or a facility described under s. 980.065. The court shall refer the matter to the authority for indigency determinations under s. 977.07 (1) and appointment of counsel under s. 977.05 (4) (j). The determination of indigency and the appointment of counsel shall be done as soon as circumstances permit.
(d) The court shall hear the petition within 30 days, unless the hearing or time deadline is waived by the detained person. A final decision on the petition to revoke the order for supervised release shall be made within 90 days of the filing. Pending the revocation hearing, the department may detain the person in a jail or in a hospital, center or facility specified by s. 51.15 (2). The state has the burden of proving the county jail or return him or her to institutional care.
(8) (a) If the court finds after a hearing, by clear and convincing evidence, that any rule or condition of release has been violated, or and the court finds that the violation of the rule or condition merits the revocation of the order granting supervised release, the court may revoke the order for supervised release and order that the person be placed in institutional care. The court may consider alternatives to revocation. The person shall remain in institutional care until the person is discharged from the commitment under s. 980.09 or is placed again on supervised release under sub. (4) (g).
(b) If the court finds after a hearing, by clear and convincing evidence, that the safety of others requires that supervised release be revoked. If the court determines after hearing that any rule or condition of release has been violated, or that the safety of others requires that supervised release be revoked, it may shall revoke the order for supervised release and order that the released person be placed in an appropriate institution institutional care. The person shall remain in institutional care until the person is discharged from the commitment under s. 980.09 or until again is placed on supervised release under this section sub. (4) (g).
434,123 Section 123. 980.09 of the statutes is repealed and recreated to read:
980.09 Petition for discharge. A committed person may petition the committing court for discharge at any time. The court shall deny the petition under this section without a hearing unless the petition alleges facts from which the court or jury may conclude the person's condition has changed since the date of his or her initial commitment order so that the person does not meet the criteria for commitment as a sexually violent person.
(2) The court shall review the petition within 30 days and may hold a hearing to determine if it contains facts from which the court or jury may conclude that the person does not meet the criteria for commitment as a sexually violent person. In determining under this subsection whether facts exist that might warrant such a conclusion, the court shall consider any current or past reports filed under s. 980.07, relevant facts in the petition and in the state's written response, arguments of counsel, and any supporting documentation provided by the person or the state. If the court determines that the petition does not contain facts from which a court or jury may conclude that the person does not meet the criteria for commitment, the court shall deny the petition. If the court determines that facts exist from which a court or jury could conclude the person does not meet criteria for commitment the court shall set the matter for hearing.
(3) The court shall hold a hearing within 90 days of the determination that the petition contains facts from which the court or jury may conclude that the person does not meet the criteria for commitment as a sexually violent person. The state has the burden of proving by clear and convincing evidence that the person meets the criteria for commitment as a sexually violent person.
(4) If the court or jury is satisfied that the state has not met its burden of proof under sub. (3), the petitioner shall be discharged from the custody of the department. If the court or jury is satisfied that the state has met its burden of proof under sub. (3), the court may proceed under s. 980.08 (4) to determine whether to modify the petitioner's existing commitment order by authorizing supervised release.
434,124 Section 124 . 980.095 of the statutes is created to read:
980.095 Procedures for discharge hearings. (1) Use of juries. (a) The district attorney or the department of justice, whichever filed the original petition, or the petitioner or his or her attorney may request that a hearing under s. 980.09 (3) be to a jury of 6. A jury trial is deemed waived unless it is demanded within 10 days of the filing of the petition for discharge.
(b) Juries shall be selected and treated in the same manner as they are selected and treated in civil actions in circuit court. The number of jurors prescribed in par. (a), plus the number of peremptory challenges available to all of the parties, shall be called initially and maintained in the jury box by calling others to replace jurors excused for cause until all jurors have been examined. The parties shall exercise in their order, the state beginning, the peremptory challenges available to them, and if any party declines to challenge, the challenge shall be made by the clerk by lot.
(c) No verdict shall be valid or received unless at least 5 of the jurors agree to it.
(2) Post verdict motions. Motions after verdict may be made without further notice upon receipt of the verdict.
(3) Appeals. Any party may appeal an order under this subsection as a final order under chs. 808 and 809.
434,125 Section 125. 980.10 of the statutes is repealed.
434,126 Section 126. 980.101 (2) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
980.101 (2) (a) If the sexually violent offense was the sole basis for the allegation under s. 980.02 (2) (a) and there are no other judgments relating to a sexually violent offense committed by the person, the court shall reverse, set aside, or vacate the judgment under s. 980.05 (5) that the person is a sexually violent person, vacate the commitment order, and discharge the person from the custody or supervision of the department.
434,127 Section 127. 980.11 (2) (intro.) of the statutes is amended to read:
980.11 (2) (intro.) If the court places a person on supervised release under s. 980.08 (4) or discharges a person under s. 980.09 or 980.10 (4), the department shall do all of the following:
434,128 Section 128. 980.12 (1) of the statutes is amended to read:
980.12 (1) Except as provided in ss. 980.03 (4) 980.031 (3) and 980.08 (3) 980.07 (1), the department shall pay from the appropriations under s. 20.435 (2) (a) and (bm) for all costs relating to the evaluation, treatment, and care of persons evaluated or committed under this chapter.
434,129 Section 129 . 980.14 (title) of the statutes is created to read:
980.14 (title) Immunity.
434,130 Section 130 . 980.14 (1) of the statutes is created to read:
980.14 (1) In this section, "agency" means the department of corrections, the department of health and family services, the department of justice, or a district attorney.
434,131 Section 131. Initial applicability.
(1) This act first applies to reviews regarding detention and probable cause hearings under section 980.04 of the statutes, as affected by this act, and trials under section 980.05 of the statutes, as affected by this act, that are based on a petition filed under s. 980.02 of the statutes, as affected by this act, on the effective date of this subsection.
(2) This act first applies to periodic reexaminations conducted under section 980.07 of the statutes, as affected by this act, begun on the effective date of this subsection and to court proceedings resulting from those reexaminations.
(3) This act first applies to proceedings to revoke supervised release under section 980.08 of the statutes, as affected by this act, that are commenced on the effective date of this subsection, except that the treatment of section 980.08 (7) of the statutes, with respect to where a person may be detained while a petition to revoke supervised release is pending, first applies to a person whose detention commences on the effective date of this subsection.
(4) This act first applies to discharge proceedings commenced on the effective date of this subsection.
434,132 Section 132. Effective date.
(1) This act takes effect on the first day of the 2nd month beginning after publication.
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