Article 3: TRANSFER AND REMOVAL OF COMMITTED OFFENDERS
§3071. Removal for disease
1983, c. 581, §§30, 59 (RP)
If a client in any correctional or detention facility requires medical care outside the facility, the commissioner may:
A. Cause the client to be removed to some suitable place of security where the client will receive all necessary care and medical
attention; and [1999, c. 583, §15 (AMD).]
B. Cause the client to be returned as soon as possible to the facility to be confined according to the sentence, if unexpired. [1999, c. 583, §15 (AMD).]
1999, c. 583, §15 (AMD)
1991, c. 314, §60 (RP)
4.Civil action to recover certain costs.
The State may bring a civil action in any court of competent jurisdiction to recover the cost of any medical, dental, psychiatric
or psychological expenses incurred by the State on behalf of a client under this section. The following assets are not subject
to judgment under this subsection:
A. Joint ownership, if any, that the client may have in real property; [1991, c. 314, §61 (AMD).]
B. Joint ownership, if any, that the client may have in any assets, earnings or other sources of income; and [1991, c. 314, §61 (AMD).]
C. The income, assets, earnings or other property, both real and personal, owned by the client's spouse or family. [1991, c. 314, §61 (AMD).]
1991, c. 314, §61 (AMD)
1983, c. 459, §6 (NEW).
1983, c. 581, §§30,59 (AMD).
1985, c. 752, §4 (AMD).
1991, c. 314, §§59-61 (AMD).
1999, c. 583, §15 (AMD).
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