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Sec. 3. The department, in cooperation with the United States Environmental Protection Agency, an applicant for a permit issued under this chapter, and a city or town in which an incinerator described under section 1 of this chapter is or will be located, shall conduct a study of alternative PCB technologies. The study must include an assessment of the efficacy and the technical and economic feasibility of the following:
(1) Alternative technologies such as the following:
(A) The application of lime to break down PCB.
(B) The low temperature thermal disorption process.
(C) Disorption and vaporization extraction.
(D) Plasma torch technology.
(E) Bacterial remediation.
(2) Other technologies identified by the commissioner as having possible value in the treatment or disposal of PCB in Indiana.
A. If a person who has been convicted of an offense is eligible for probation, the court may suspend the imposition or execution of sentence and, if so, shall without delay place the person on intensive probation supervision pursuant to § 13-913 or supervised or unsupervised probation on such terms and conditions as the law requires and the court deems appropriate, including participation in any programs authorized in title 12, chapter 2, article 11. 1 If a person is not eligible for probation, imposition or execution of sentence shall not be suspended or delayed. If the court imposes probation, it may also impose a fine as authorized by chapter 8 of this title. 2 If probation is granted the court shall impose a condition that the person waive extradition for any probation revocation procedures and it shall order restitution pursuant to § 13-603, subsection C where there is a victim who has suffered economic loss. When granting probation to an adult the court, as a condition of probation, shall assess a monthly fee of not less than $65 unless, after determining the inability of the probationer to pay the fee, the court assesses a lesser fee. This fee is not subject to any surcharge. In justice and municipal courts the fee shall only be assessed when the person is placed on supervised probation. For persons placed on probation in the superior court, the fee shall be paid to the clerk of the superior court and the clerk of the court shall pay all monies collected from this fee to the county treasurer for deposit in the adult probation services fund established by § 12-267. For persons placed on supervised probation in the justice court, the fee shall be paid to the justice court and the justice court shall transmit all of the monies to the county treasurer for deposit in the adult probation services fund established by § 12-267. For persons placed on supervised probation in the municipal court, the fee shall be paid to the municipal court. The municipal court shall transmit all of the monies to the city treasurer who shall transmit the monies to the county treasurer for deposit in the adult probation services fund established by § 12-267. Any amount assessed pursuant to this subsection shall be used to supplement monies used for the salaries of adult probation and surveillance officers and for support of programs and services of the superior court adult probation departments.
B. The period of probation shall be determined according to § 13-902, except that if a person is released pursuant to § 31-233, subsection B and community supervision is waived pursuant to § 13-603, subsection K, the court shall extend the period of probation by the amount of time the director of the state department of corrections approves for the inmate's temporary release.
C. The court, in its discretion, may issue a warrant for the rearrest of the defendant and may modify or add to the conditions or, if the defendant commits an additional offense or violates a condition, may revoke probation in accordance with the rules of criminal procedure at any time before the expiration or termination of the period of probation. If the court revokes the defendant's probation and the defendant is serving more than one probationary term concurrently, the court may sentence the person to terms of imprisonment to be served consecutively.
D. At any time during the probationary term of the person released on probation, any probation officer, without warrant or other process and at any time until the final disposition of the case, may rearrest any person and bring the person before the court.
E. The court, on its own initiative or on application of the probationer, after notice and an opportunity to be heard for the prosecuting attorney and, on request, the victim, may terminate the period of probation or intensive probation and discharge the defendant at a time earlier than that originally imposed if in the court's opinion the ends of justice will be served and if the conduct of the defendant on probation warrants it. On the petition of the victim pursuant to § 12-1809 and before the court terminates the period of probation or intensive probation early, the court after hearing from the victim shall determine whether to prohibit the defendant from contacting the victim and, if necessary, issue an injunction against harassment against the defendant. If the court issues an injunction against harassment, the injunction must be served on the defendant before terminating the period of probation or intensive probation.
F. When granting probation the court may require that the defendant be imprisoned in the county jail at whatever time or intervals, consecutive or nonconsecutive, the court shall determine, within the period of probation, as long as the period actually spent in confinement does not exceed one year or the maximum period of imprisonment permitted under chapter 7 of this title, 3 whichever is the shorter.
G. If the defendant is placed on lifetime probation and has served one year in the county jail as a term of probation, the court may require that the defendant be additionally imprisoned in the county jail at whatever time or intervals, consecutive or nonconsecutive, the court shall determine, within the period of probation if the defendant's probation is revoked by the court and the defendant is subsequently reinstated on probation. The period actually spent in confinement as a term of being reinstated on probation shall not exceed one year or, when including the initial one year period of incarceration imposed as a term of probation, the maximum period of imprisonment permitted under chapter 7 of this title, whichever is shorter.
H. If restitution is made a condition of probation, the court shall fix the amount of restitution and the manner of performance pursuant to chapter 8 of this title.
I. When granting probation, the court shall set forth at the time of sentencing and on the record the factual and legal reasons in support of each sentence.
J. If the defendant meets the criteria set forth in § 13-901.01 or 13-3422, the court may place the defendant on probation pursuant to either section. If a defendant is placed on probation pursuant to § 13-901.01 or 13-3422, the court may impose any term of probation that is authorized pursuant to this section and that is not in violation of § 13-901.01.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Indiana Code Title 13. Environment § 13-17-10-3 - last updated June 08, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/in/title-13-environment/in-code-sect-13-17-10-3/
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