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For supervised release cases, these factors are (1) the nature and circumstances of the offense. (2) the history and characteristics of the defendant. (3) deterrence. (4) protection of the public. and (5) providing needed correctional treatment to the defendant. 18 U.S.C. ǧ 3583(d)(1), 3553(a)(1), 3553(a)(2)(B)-(D).
In the federal system, supervised release (sometimes also called special or mandatory parole) is a preliminary period of freedom for recently released prisoners. It's imposed at the time of sentencing, and is for the prisoner to serve after completing his or her prison sentence.
2d 177, 840 N.E.2d 658 (2005) Mandatory supervised release is a statutorily required component of a sentence (730 ILCS 5/5-8-1(d)) and may not be withheld by the prosecution or the trial court.
Mandatory release means he has completed his sentence. Being released after serving the sentence most likely involves no conditions, including supervision, time monitor or house arrest.
United States federal probation and supervised release are imposed at sentencing. The difference between probation and supervised release is that the former is imposed as a substitute for imprisonment, or in addition to home detention, while the latter is imposed in addition to imprisonment.
From Supervised Release to Prison A judge who finds that an offender violated the terms of supervised release can send the defendant to prison for all or part of the maximum term that was originally available for supervised release.
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