Probation - Determining the Sentence
|November 1, 2005||GUIDELINES MANUAL||§5B1.3|
psychological or psychiatric treatment -- a condition requiring that the defendant participate in a mental health program approved by the United States Probation Office.
If (A) the defendant and the United States entered into a stipulation of deportation pursuant to section 238(c)(5) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (8 U.S.C. § 1228(c)(5)*); or (B) in the absence of a stipulation of deportation, if, after notice and hearing pursuant to such section, the Attorney General demonstrates by clear and convincing evidence that the alien is deportable -- a condition ordering deportation by a United States district court or a United States magistrate judge.
(7) Sex Offenses
If the instant offense of conviction is a sex offense, as defined in Application Note 1 of the Commentary to §5D1.2 (Term of Supervised Release) -- (A) A condition requiring the defendant to participate in a program approved by the United States Probation Office for the treatment and monitoring of sex offenders.
(B) A condition limiting the use of a computer or an interactive computer service in cases in which the defendant used such items.
*So in original. Probably should be 8 U.S.C. § 1228(d)(5).
(e) Additional Conditions (Policy Statement)
The following "special conditions" may be appropriate on a case-by-case basis:
(1) Community Confinement
Residence in a community treatment center, halfway house or similar facility may be imposed as a condition of probation.
(2) Home Detention
Home detention may be imposed as a condition of probation but only as a substitute for imprisonment. See §5F1.2 (Home Detention).
(3) Community Service
Community service may be imposed as a condition of probation. See §5F1.3 (Community Service).
(4) Occupational Restrictions
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