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Summary:

Every person convicted of a sexual offense shall be tested for virus causing AIDS. Results shall be given to the local health officer, who shall make available to defense attorney, prosecuting attorney, and victim upon request.

Summary:

Upon conviction for prostitution, a court shall order defendant to undergo HIV testing and a report shall made available to the court and State Department of Health Services. At the sentencing hearing, the court shall furnish a copy of the test results to the defendant. Reports of the test results shall be confidential, although Department of Health Services shall furnish copies of any report to a district attorney upon request.

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If a person is granted formal probation for a crime of domestic violence, the probation department shall make an investigation and take into consideration such factors such as medical history. Such information shall be provided to the batterer's program as requested.

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Probation departments shall compile a Facts of Offense Sheet for registered sex offenders. These records may include the State-Authorized Risk Assessment Tool for Sex Offenders, which includes information pertaining to mental illness and other medical information. The defendant is given an opportunity to petition for corrections to the Facts of Offense Sheet. The probation officer shall transmit the Facts of Offense Sheet to the Department of Justice, which will redistribute the information to various law enforcement agencies and the Department of Mental Health.

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Upon judgment for imprisonment in state prison, the sheriff shall deliver to the warden various documents including a Confidential Medical/Mental Health Information Transfer Form that indicates that the defendant is medically capable of being transported.

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For nonviolent drug possession charges, the court shall impose probation that requires participation in a drug treatment program. If the person violates the probation, the court may revoke the probation or intensify the drug treatment program, looking to factors like medical history and condition to guide its decision.

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