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Supervision After Serving Full Sentence in Germany

Provisions relating to supervision after serving full sentence in the German Criminal Code [1]: This criminal issue is covered by Chapter Three Sanctionsunder the Sixth Title, Measures of Rehabilitation and Incapacitation,” located in Section 68f Supervision after serving full sentence, which reads: (1) If a single or aggregate sentence of imprisonment of not less than two years has been imposed for intentional offences, or not less than one year for an offence listed in section 181b, has been fully served, supervision shall commence upon the release of the convicted person. This shall not apply if a custodial measure of rehabilitation and incapacitation is enforced immediately afterwards. (2) The court may waive supervision if there is reason to believe that the convicted person will not commit further offences without supervision.

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  1. The content of the translated German penal code in relation to supervision after serving full sentence is current as of 2010

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