☰ Revisor of Missouri


Chapter 217

Effective - 28 Aug 1994, 2 histories bottom

  217.250.  Offender with terminal disease or advanced age where confinement will endanger or shorten life, report to governor, procedure. — Whenever any offender is afflicted with a disease which is terminal, or is advanced in age to the extent that the offender is in need of long-term nursing home care, or when confinement will necessarily greatly endanger or shorten the offender's life, the correctional center's physician shall certify such facts to the chief medical administrator, stating the nature of the disease.  The chief medical administrator with the approval of the director will then forward the certificate to the board of probation and parole who in their discretion may grant a medical parole or at their discretion may recommend to the governor the granting or denial of a commutation.


(L. 1982 H.B. 1196 § 62, A.L. 1989 H.B. 408, A.L. 1994 S.B. 763)

---- end of effective   28 Aug 1994 ----

use this link to bookmark section  217.250

 - All versions
Effective End
217.250 8/28/1994
217.250 7/14/1955 7/14/1955

Click here for the Reorganization Act of 1974 - or - Concurrent Resolutions Having Force & Effect of Law
In accordance with Section 3.090, the language of statutory sections enacted during a legislative session are updated and available on this website on the effective date of such enacted statutory section. Revisor Home    

Other Information
 Recent Sections Editorials May Be Cited As Tables & Forms Multiple Enact
Repeal & Transfer Definitions End Report

Site changes Pictures Contact

Other Links
Oversight MOLIS Library MO WebMasters
Missouri Senate
State of Missouri
Missouri House

@15:43:19.9 18 :)