(2) Failure to appear in accordance with the Release Agreement shall be punishable under ORS 162.195 or 162.205. However, the review immediately notifies the court if the defendant does not comply with probation. 2. (a) If the accused is charged with murder, aggravated murder or high treason, release shall be refused if the evidence is obvious or if the presumption of guilt is strong. (a) against any of the provisions of the liberation agreement imposed under ORS 135.260; or (2) Except as otherwise provided in ORS 135.250 (Terms of Dismissal Agreement) (2) (b), probation includes a prohibition on communicating with the victim if the defendant is charged with a crime that also constitutes domestic violence. [1973 c.836 No. 152; 1985 c.818 No. 1; 1993 c.731, no. 7] (A) In the event of a new offence, the court shall order the reintroduction of the accused and order that the defendant be detained without release until trial. 5. if the court declares this amount excessively unconstitutional and cannot release the defendant on any form of bail, if (B) by clear and convincing evidence that there is a risk of bodily harm or sexual victimization of the victim or the public by the accused upon release.
(2) (a) (a) In addition to the conditions set out in paragraph 1 of this section, if the accused is prosecuted for an offence that also constitutes domestic violence, the court shall indicate as a condition of the termination agreement that the defendant has not contacted the victim of the abuse. (f) If a defendant who has been released violates a condition of release and violation: If the recordings support the court`s conclusion that the evidence of the defendant`s guilt was sound and the court concluded that this was not fair. (b) If the defendant wishes to rule on the question of dismissal, he must request a hearing before the District Court at the time of delivery of the judgment. If the defendant requests a release hearing, the court must request the hearing within five days of the date. (d) ORS 107.720 (Enforcement of Enforceable Titles) applies to authorization agreements signed by accused persons accused of domestic violence, except that proof of notification of the termination contract is not required and the contract cannot be terminated without a hearing at the request of the victim. [1973 c.836 No. 150; 1991 c.111 No. 10; 1993 c.731 No. 6; 1999 v.617 No.
3; 2013 ca.151 No. 2] The accused, who left the courtroom until his imprisonment after sentencing and did not return, violated the legal provisions of the release agreement. State v. Johnson, 66 Gold App 123, 672 P2d 1249 (1983) a) Release of the defendant into the custody of a qualified person or organization responsible for supervising and assisting the defendant in appearing in court. Supervision is not required to be financially liable to the defendant or lose money if the defendant does not appear in court. (d) ORS 107.720 applies to termination agreements signed by defendants accused of a crime of domestic violence, except that proof of service of the termination contract is not required and the contract cannot be terminated at the request of the victim without a hearing. (3) «Custody» within the meaning of a release agreement does not include temporary custody in accordance with the citation procedures of RHAs 133,055 to 133,076. [1973 c.836 §151] (1) If a defendant is released before the verdict, the terms of the release agreement are that the defendant: (2)(a) In addition to the conditions set out in subsection (1) of this section, if the defendant is charged with an offence that also constitutes domestic violence, the court shall include in the termination agreement as a condition that the defendant not contact the victim of the violence.
(c) Where the defendant has received notice and the opportunity to be heard, the court shall also include, where appropriate, in the agreement sufficient terms and conclusions under U.S. Section 18.C 922(d)(8) and (g)(8) to affect the defendant`s ability to possess firearms and ammunition or engage in firearms-related activities. (a) appear to answer charges brought before the court of competent jurisdiction on a particular day and thereafter, as ordered by the court, until the defendant has been exonerated or the judgment has been rendered; (B) The Court finds, after a hearing on the application, that the waiver of the condition is in the best interests of the parties and of the Community. (c) Not to leave that State without the authorization of the court; and (d) meet other conditions that the court may impose. (b) Notwithstanding subparagraph (a) of this paragraph, the court may make an order waiving the condition that the accused have no contact with the victim if: (A) the victim requests a waiver from the court; and…