Or. Admin. R. 213-012-0020 - Consecutive Sentences
(1) When the sentencing judge imposes multiple sentences consecutively, the consecutive sentences shall consist of an incarceration term and a supervision term.
(a) Subject to the provisions of subsection (b) of this section, the presumptive incarceration term of the consecutive sentences is the sum of:
(A) The presumptive incarceration term or the prison term defined in OAR 213-008-0005(1) imposed pursuant to a dispositional departure for the primary offense, as defined in OAR 213-003-0001(17); and
(B) Up to the maximum incarceration term indicated in the Criminal History I Column for each additional offense imposed consecutively.
(b) The total incarceration term of the consecutive sentences, including the incarceration term for the primary offense, shall not exceed twice the maximum presumptive incarceration term or the prison term defined in OAR 213-008-0005(1) imposed pursuant to a dispositional departure of the primary sentence except by departure as provided by OAR 213-008-0007.
(c) The incarceration term of any probationary sentence is the maximum jail sentence that could be imposed as provided by these rules as part of the probationary sentence for that offense.
(a) If the court imposes a sentence that includes a term of incarceration that exceeds 12 months and the term is to be served consecutively to a term of incarceration of 12 months or less for a felony that was imposed in a previous proceeding, the defendant shall serve any remaining part of the previously imposed term of incarceration in the legal and physical custody of the Department.
(b) If the court imposes a felony sentence that includes a term of incarceration that is 12 months or less and the term is to be served consecutively to a term of incarceration that exceeds 12 months that was imposed in a previous proceeding or in the same proceeding, the court shall commit the defendant to the legal and physical custody of the Department.
(4) The supervision term of consecutive sentences shall be:
(a) The presumptive post-prison supervision term imposed for the primary offense if the sentence for any offense includes a prison term; or
(b) The presumptive probation term of each offense if no sentence includes a prison term. All presumptive probation terms imposed as provided by this subsection shall run concurrently.
(5) Sections (1), (2), and (3) of this rule shall not apply to any sentence imposed on a dangerous offender under ORS 161.725 and 161.737, nor shall sections (2) and (3) apply to consecutive sentences imposed for crimes that have different victims.
(6) Notwithstanding section (3)(b) of this rule, terms of incarceration 12 months or less imposed pursuant to ORS 166.070(2) shall be served in the legal and physical custody of the Department.
Stat. Auth.: ORS 137.667
Stats. Implemented: ORS 137.667-137.669 & 1999 OL Ch. 1011 (HB 2273); 166.070(2)
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