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FELONY AND MISDEMEANOR COURT PLACEMENTS TO COMMUNITY SUPERVISION

The CSCD has three criminal felony courts (104th – 350th – 42nd) and four misdemeanor courts (Taylor County Court-at-Law #1 – Taylor County Court-at-law #2 – Callahan County Court – Coleman County Court) that place offenders on supervision.   

The following charts show the number of felony and misdemeanor placements for FY’ 04, 05, 06, 07, 08 and 09.

 

FELONY   

PLACEMENTS

 

 

 

 

 

FY’04

FY’05

FY’06

FY’07

FY’08

FY’09

Felony Court Cases

431

779

670

613

506

506

Transfer-In Cases

207

315

278

257

311

232

Total Gained

638

1,094

948

870

817

738


 

MISDEMEANOR

PLACEMENTS

 

 

 

 

 

FY’04

FY’05

FY’06

FY’07

FY’08

FY’09

County Court Cases

757

1050

786

855

711

772

Transfer-In Cases

187

338

220

232

220

210

Total Gained

944

1,388

1,006

1087

931

982

DEFERRED ADJUDICATION SUPERVISION

According to the Code of Criminal Procedure, Article 42.12, § 5, deferred adjudication community supervision is provided a defendant when, following a plea of guilty or no contest, the judge defers further proceedings without entering an adjudication of guilt and places the defendant on community supervision.

In FY ’09, district and county courts-at-law judges deferred 220 felony offenders and 443 misdemeanor offenders, for a total of 663 individuals placed on deferred adjudication supervision.  This is a decrease of 12.7% in felony deferred adjudication placements and an increase of 5.2% in misdemeanor deferred adjudication placements from FY ’08.

REGULAR SUPERVISION

Adjudicated defendants placed on community supervision by the courts consisted of 286 felony and 329 misdemeanor cases for a total of 615 offenders. Misdemeanor adjudicated supervision placements increased by 13.4% and felony adjudicated placements increased by 10.8% from FY’ 08.

OVERALL PLACEMENT ON SUPERVISION

Overall, courts placed 1,278 (772 misdemeanor, 506 felony) offenders on community supervision during fiscal year ’09. Misdemeanor community supervision placements increased by 8.5% and felony placements remained the same from FY ’08.

The following tables compare Felony and Misdemeanor Placements from FY ’05 - ’09:

 

 

Felony Placements

FY ’05-’09

 

 

 

 

FY’05

FY’06

FY’07

FY’08

FY’09

 

Deferred Adjudication

 

 

309

 

308

 

294

 

248

 

286

 

Adjudicated Supervision

 

 

291

 

362

 

319

 

258

 

220

 

Total Placed on Supervision

 

 

600

 

670

 

613

 

506

 

506

 

 

MISD Placements

FY ’05-’09

 

 

 

 

FY’05

FY’06

FY’07

FY’08

FY’09

 

Deferred Adjudication

 

 

542

 

318

 

557

 

421

 

329

 

Adjudicated Supervision

 

 

374

 

468

 

298

 

290

 

443

 

Total Placed on Supervision

 

 

916

 

786

 

855

 

711

 

772

The department supervised a monthly average of 1,860 direct felons and 744 direct misdemeanants for FY ’09 and 1,905 direct felons and 720 misdemeanants for FY ’08.  There was a 2.4% decrease from fiscal year ’08 to fiscal year ’09 for direct felonies and a 3.3% increase for direct misdemeanors. 

The department supervised a monthly average of 853 indirect felons and 619 indirect misdemeanants for FY ’09 and 903 indirect felons and 634 indirect misdemeanants for FY ’08.  There was a 5.8% decrease from fiscal year ’08 for indirect felonies and a 2.4% decrease for indirect misdemeanors. Indirect status consists of interstate and intrastate transfers, offenders reporting by mail, inactive offenders on indirect status in jail or prison, absconders, and offenders on indirect status serving time in a Substance Abuse Felony Punishment Facility. 

The department terminated 2,152 community supervision cases during fiscal year ’09, a 16 person increase from FY ’08.  882 of the terminated cases were successful discharges consisting of early terminations and expired terms of supervision and 529 cases were returned to the original county of supervision.

The following table illustrates terminations in detail:

 

Departmental Terminations

FY ’05-’09

 

 

 

 

 

FY’05

FY’06

FY’07

FY’08

FY’09

Successful

1,046

1,100

903

976

882

Administrative Closure/RTRN

583

551

514

589

529

Revoked to County Jail

235

242

213

176

216

Revoked to State Jail

105

133

143

137

156

Revoked to TDCJ-ID & other Revocations

108

134

132

122

152

Death

32

26

27

21

29

Pre-trail terminations

 

 

60

115

188

Total

2,109

2,186

1,992

2,136

2,152

 
 

 

The CSCD has three criminal felony courts (104th – 350th – 42nd) and four misdemeanor courts (Taylor County Court-at-Law #1 – Taylor County Court-at-law #2 – Callahan County Court – Coleman County Court) that place offenders on supervision.   

The following charts show the number of felony and misdemeanor placements for FY’ 04, 05, 06, 07, 08 and 09.

 

FELONY   

PLACEMENTS

 

 

 

 

 

FY’04

FY’05

FY’06

FY’07

FY’08

FY’09

Felony Court Cases

431

779

670

613

506

506

Transfer-In Cases

207

315

278

257

311

232

Total Gained

638

1,094

948

870

817

738


 

MISDEMEANOR

PLACEMENTS

 

 

 

 

 

FY’04

FY’05

FY’06

FY’07

FY’08

FY’09

County Court Cases

757

1050

786

855

711

772

Transfer-In Cases

187

338

220

232

220

210

Total Gained

944

1,388

1,006

1087

931

982

DEFERRED ADJUDICATION SUPERVISION

According to the Code of Criminal Procedure, Article 42.12, § 5, deferred adjudication community supervision is provided a defendant when, following a plea of guilty or no contest, the judge defers further proceedings without entering an adjudication of guilt and places the defendant on community supervision.

In FY ’09, district and county courts-at-law judges deferred 220 felony offenders and 443 misdemeanor offenders, for a total of 663 individuals placed on deferred adjudication supervision.  This is a decrease of 12.7% in felony deferred adjudication placements and an increase of 5.2% in misdemeanor deferred adjudication placements from FY ’08.

REGULAR SUPERVISION

Adjudicated defendants placed on community supervision by the courts consisted of 286 felony and 329 misdemeanor cases for a total of 615 offenders. Misdemeanor adjudicated supervision placements increased by 13.4% and felony adjudicated placements increased by 10.8% from FY’ 08.

OVERALL PLACEMENT ON SUPERVISION

Overall, courts placed 1,278 (772 misdemeanor, 506 felony) offenders on community supervision during fiscal year ’09. Misdemeanor community supervision placements increased by 8.5% and felony placements remained the same from FY ’08.

The following tables compare Felony and Misdemeanor Placements from FY ’05 - ’09:

 

 

Felony Placements

FY ’05-’09

 

 

 

 

FY’05

FY’06

FY’07

FY’08

FY’09

 

Deferred Adjudication

 

 

309

 

308

 

294

 

248

 

286

 

Adjudicated Supervision

 

 

291

 

362

 

319

 

258

 

220

 

Total Placed on Supervision

 

 

600

 

670

 

613

 

506

 

506

 

 

MISD Placements

FY ’05-’09

 

 

 

 

FY’05

FY’06

FY’07

FY’08

FY’09

 

Deferred Adjudication

 

 

542

 

318

 

557

 

421

 

329

 

Adjudicated Supervision

 

 

374

 

468

 

298

 

290

 

443

 

Total Placed on Supervision

 

 

916

 

786

 

855

 

711

 

772

The department supervised a monthly average of 1,860 direct felons and 744 direct misdemeanants for FY ’09 and 1,905 direct felons and 720 misdemeanants for FY ’08.  There was a 2.4% decrease from fiscal year ’08 to fiscal year ’09 for direct felonies and a 3.3% increase for direct misdemeanors. 

The department supervised a monthly average of 853 indirect felons and 619 indirect misdemeanants for FY ’09 and 903 indirect felons and 634 indirect misdemeanants for FY ’08.  There was a 5.8% decrease from fiscal year ’08 for indirect felonies and a 2.4% decrease for indirect misdemeanors. Indirect status consists of interstate and intrastate transfers, offenders reporting by mail, inactive offenders on indirect status in jail or prison, absconders, and offenders on indirect status serving time in a Substance Abuse Felony Punishment Facility. 

The department terminated 2,152 community supervision cases during fiscal year ’09, a 16 person increase from FY ’08.  882 of the terminated cases were successful discharges consisting of early terminations and expired terms of supervision and 529 cases were returned to the original county of supervision.

The following table illustrates terminations in detail:

 

Departmental Terminations

FY ’05-’09

 

 

 

 

 

FY’05

FY’06

FY’07

FY’08

FY’09

Successful

1,046

1,100

903

976

882

Administrative Closure/RTRN

583

551

514

589

529

Revoked to County Jail

235

242

213

176

216

Revoked to State Jail

105

133

143

137

156

Revoked to TDCJ-ID & other Revocations

108

134

132

122

152

Death

32

26

27

21

29

Pre-trail terminations

 

 

60

115

188

Total

2,109

2,186

1,992

2,136

2,152