N.Y. Criminal Procedure Law Section 410.10
Specification of conditions of the sentence


1.

When the court pronounces a sentence of probation or of conditional discharge it must specify as part of the sentence the conditions to be complied with. Where the sentence is one of probation, the defendant must be given a written copy of the conditions at the time sentence is imposed. In any case where the defendant is given a written copy of the conditions, a copy thereof must be filed with and become part of the record of the case, and it is not necessary to specify the conditions orally.

2.

Commission of an additional offense, other than a traffic infraction, after imposition of a sentence of probation or of conditional discharge, and prior to expiration or termination of the period of the sentence, constitutes a ground for revocation of such sentence irrespective of whether such fact is specified as a condition of the sentence.

3.

When the court pronounces a sentence of probation or conditional discharge for a specified crime defined in paragraph (e) of subdivision one of Executive Law § 632-A (Crime victims)section six hundred thirty-two-a of the executive law, in addition to specifying the conditions of the sentence, the court shall provide written notice to such defendant concerning any requirement to report to the office of victim services funds of a convicted person as defined in Executive Law § 632-A (Crime victims)section six hundred thirty-two-a of the executive law, the procedures for such reporting and any potential penalty for a failure to comply.

4.

When the court pronounces a sentence of probation or conditional discharge, the court shall provide that the performance of bona fide work for an employer, including travel time to and from bona fide work, regardless if such work or related travel time is performed during curfew times set by conditions of probation, parole, presumptive release, conditional release, release to post-release supervision or any other type of supervised release, shall not be considered a violation of such sentence of probation or conditional discharge. For purposes of this section, bona fide work is work performed as an employee for an employer, as defined in Labor Law § 2 (Definitions)section two of the labor law.

Source: Section 410.10 — Specification of conditions of the sentence, https://www.­nysenate.­gov/legislation/laws/CPL/410.­10 (updated Oct. 29, 2021; accessed Jun. 22, 2024).

Accessed:
Jun. 22, 2024

Last modified:
Oct. 29, 2021

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