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40% of sentence (or until the age of 70 with 30% of the sentence served); • Two prior commitments ?

50% of sentence (or until the age of 70 with 40% of the sentence served); • Three or more prior commitments ?

For the first conviction, the minimum period is three years; for a second conviction, the minimum period is five years and for the third conviction, the minimum period is ten years.

• Aggravated and Chronic DWI Offenders (Section 577.023, RSMo). • Enticement of a Child less than 15 (Section 566.151, RSMo).

The same offense group and level of severity applies.

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• Forcible Rape (Section 566.030, RSMo) and Forcible Sodomy (Section 566.060, RSMo).In cases of Class C and D felonies, the court shall have discretion to imprison for a special term not to exceed one year in the county jail or other authorized penal institution. A person guilty of forcible rape, statutory rape 1st degree, forcible sodomy, statutory sodomy 1st, or an attempt of any of the designated offenses shall be sentenced to life without probation or parole if the defendant has a prior finding of guilt for forcible rape, rape, statutory rape 1st degree, forcible sodomy, sodomy, or statutory sodomy 1st degree. A predatory sex offender shall be sentenced for life with eligibility for parole. The minimum prison term, to be set by the courts, is 30 years, except when the defendant has previously pleaded guilty to child molestation 1st or sexual abuse when the minimum prison term is 15 years.If the court imposes a sentence of imprisonment for a term longer than one year upon a person convicted of a Class C or D felony, it shall commit the person to the custody of the Department of Corrections for a term of years not less than two years and not exceeding the maximum authorized term. Extended Terms for Persistent Offenders (guilty of two or more felonies committed at different times) and dangerous offenders (guilty of a prior Class A or B felony and knowingly murdered or endangered the life or inflicted serious physical injury on another person): Class A felony: any sentence authorized for a Class A felony Class B felony: any sentence authorized for a Class A felony Class C felony: any sentence authorized for a Class B felony Class D felony: any sentence authorized for a Class C felony Prior offender pursuant to Section 588.016 is an aggravating factor in sentencing but is not an enhanced sentence. Defendants without a prior finding of guilt for the designated offenses shall serve any authorized sentence if the defendant had not been sentenced as a predatory sexual offender. Minimum Prison Terms for persons with prior prison commitments by the Department of Corrections and serving a sentence other than in Chapter 195, RSMo (drug offenses) are: • One prior commitment ?• Drug Trafficking Offenses (Sections 195.222, 195.223, 195.291, 195.292, 195.295, 195.296, RSMo). • Persistent Sexual Offender (Section.558.018, RSMo). • Tampering with Victim/ Witness (Section 575.270, RSMo). Persistent offenders are not eligible for probation, parole or conditional release (Section 571.030, RSMo).Dangerous Felonies (Section 556.061, RSMo) The list of offenses defined as dangerous felonies on June 30, 2009, are: • Forcible Rape • Forcible Sodomy • Robbery 1st • Murder 2nd • Kidnapping • Child Kidnapping • Parental Kidnapping by detain/conceal childs whereabouts of 119 days • Arson 1st • Assault 1st • Attempted Forcible Rape with physical injury • Attempted Forcible Sodomy with physical injury • Assault of a Law Officer 1st • Domestic Assault 1st • Elder Abuse 1st • Statutory Rape when the victim was less than 12 • Statutory Sodomy when the victim was less than 12 • Abuse of a child if the offense results in the death of the child Alternative Sentences The expression "SHK/TRT" in the sentencing grids means any shock time, assessment or treatment, 120-day or long-term drug program as specified in statute (Sections 559.115, 217.362, 217.785, RSMo).

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