(3m), also determine if the offender is eligible for the program, in the exercise of its sentencing discretion.
Resentencing on convictions that remain intact after one or more counts in a multi-count case is vacated is not always required. That the person will be subject to certain conditions while on release to extended supervision, and that violation of any of those conditions may result in the person being returned to prison, as provided under While an offender must meet the eligibility requirements of s. The court must consider the gravity of the offense, the offender's character and the public's need for protection. 302.045 (2) to participate in the challenge incarceration program, the trial court must, pursuant to sub. The weight given to any factor is left to the trial court's discretion. A court may, in specific circumstances, consider credit for time spent in presentence custody as a factor in determining an appropriate sentence. Previously existing rules governing sentencing discretion are not unconstitutional when applied to sentences imposed under this section.