FORM 7(b). (Rule 32, NDRCrimP)
STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA IN DISTRICT COURT COUNTY OF ___________ _________ JUDICIAL DISTRICT State of North Dakota, ) ) Plaintiff, ) CRIMINAL JUDGMENT ) AND COMMITMENT vs, ) [SUSPENDED EXECUTION ) OF SENTENCE] _________________________, ) ) Criminal No. ________ Defendant. )
On ___________________, 19___, _______________________, _________________________ County State's Attorney, and the above-named defendant appeared in person (with as) (without) counsel; for pronouncement of judgment upon a (plea) (verdict) of guilty to the offense(s) of:
The defendant was asked by the court whether (he) (she) had any statement to make in (his) (her) own behalf or wished to present any information in mitigation of punishment or which would require the court to withhold pronouncement of judgment and sentence. The court found no sufficient cause why judgment should not be pronounced.
IT IS THE SENTENCE AND JUDGMENT OF THIS COURT:
1. The defendant be committed to (the custody of the North Dakota Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation for imprisonment in a state correctional facility) (the County Jail for imprisonment) (the Regional Corrections Center for imprisonment) for a period of ________________________ beginning on the _________ day of _________, 19___.
Credit of _________ days must be given for previous custody time.
2. Execution of all of the imprisonment is suspended for a period of __________ beginning _____________. During the suspended period, the defendant must be placed on (supervised probation subject to the supervision, management and control of the North Dakota Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation and its officers) (unsupervised probation), and subject to the conditions (in attached Appendix A) (following: ). Aviolation of the rules or conditions may result in
a revocation and termination of probation. Upon revocation of probation, the court may impose any sentence available at the time of the initial sentencing.
Dated this _______ day of _____________________, 19___.
BY THE COURT: