2003 - 2004 LEGISLATURE
October 22, 2003 - Offered by Senators Carpenter, Robson and Moore.
AB232-SA1,1,11 At the locations indicated, amend the bill as follows:
AB232-SA1,1,2 21. Page 1, line 5: after "privileges" insert "or community service".
AB232-SA1,1,3 32. Page 4, line 14: delete "and (d)" and substitute ", (d), and (e) 2.".
AB232-SA1,1,4 43. Page 4, line 18: delete "par. (d)" and substitute "pars. (d) and (e) 2.".
AB232-SA1,1,5 54. Page 4, line 23: delete "If" and substitute "Subject to par. (e) 2., if".
AB232-SA1,1,6 65. Page 5, line 2: after that line insert:
AB232-SA1,1,13 7"(e) Community service option. 1. a. If the victim of an offense to which par.
8(b), (c), or (d) applies agrees, the court may require that the offender perform a
9reasonable amount of community service work for the victim or another individual,
10a public agency, or a nonprofit charitable organization. The court may order
11community service work that is designed to show the defendant the impact of his or
12her wrongdoing. The court shall allow the victim to make suggestions regarding
13appropriate community service work.
1b. Any individual, organization, or agency acting in good faith to whom or to
2which a defendant is assigned pursuant to an order under this subsection has
3immunity from any civil liability in excess of $25,000 for acts or omissions by or
4affecting the defendant.
AB232-SA1,2,95 c. The court shall require that the defendant's compliance with a community
6service order under this paragraph be monitored and shall specify in its order the
7method of monitoring and the deadline for the defendant to complete the work. The
8court shall ensure that the defendant receives a written statement of the community
9service order.
AB232-SA1,2,1210 2. The court may not suspend a person's operating privilege under par. (b), (c),
11or (d) if it requires the defendant to perform community service under this