The bill SB1155 introduces new provisions regarding the termination of lifetime probation for individuals convicted of sexual offenses. Under the proposed legislation, a person on lifetime probation for a sexual offense cannot petition the court to terminate their probation until 20 years have passed for a class 2 or 3 felony conviction, or 10 years for a class 4, 5, or 6 felony conviction. However, this restriction does not apply to individuals who request an annual probation review hearing as per section 13-923.

Additionally, the bill mandates that before recommending any modification or early termination of a person's probation sentence for a felony sexual offense, the probation department must conduct an investigation to check for any current or pending criminal charges. The court is prohibited from issuing an order to terminate or modify the person's probation if there are any such charges against the individual.

Statutes affected:
Introduced Version: 13-912, 13-922
Senate Engrossed Version: 13-912, 13-922