Is it legal to have a requirement added to a case years after sentencing be enforced due to a law change?

The requirement is not and was not required in the original court documents or any other court documents but is being enforced by law enforcement due to a law change

Asked on July 22, 2014 under Criminal Law, Kansas


Maury Beaulier /

Answered 6 years ago | Contributor

Your question is unclear.  You would have to be far more specific.  There are standard probationary rules and conditions that may be imposed that may not appear in a court order at sentencing. 

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