1999 Florida Code
TITLE XLVII CRIMINAL PROCEDURE AND CORRECTIONS
Chapter 916 Mentally Deficient and Mentally Ill Defendants  
PART III FORENSIC SERVICES FOR PERSONS WHO ARE RETARDED OR AUTISTIC (ss. 916.301-916.304)
916.3025   Jurisdiction of committing court.

916.3025  Jurisdiction of committing court.--

(1)  The committing court shall retain jurisdiction in the case of any defendant found to be incompetent to proceed and ordered into a secure facility designated by the department for retarded or autistic defendants. No defendant may be released except by the order of the committing court.

(2)  The committing court shall retain jurisdiction in the case of any defendant placed on conditional release. No such defendant may be released from the conditions of release except by order of the committing court.

(3)  The committing court shall consider the petition to involuntarily admit to residential services provided by the department's developmental services program a person whose charges have been dismissed, and, when applicable, to continue secure placement of such person as provided in s. 916.303. The committing court shall retain jurisdiction over such person so long as he or she remains in secure placement or is on conditional release.

History.--s. 26, ch. 98-92.

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