Section 58. Duration of a loss of rights

A loss of rights enters into force on the day the sentence or an optional penalty writ becomes final.
A loss of rights pursuant to section 56, first paragraph, b) or section 57 is imposed for a specific period of time not exceeding five years, or for an indefinite period when special reasons so warrant. However, electronic monitoring may not be imposed indefinitely. A person may only be deprived of an office as a municipal board member, county council member or member of Parliament for the electoral term. A ban from one's own home, see section 57, third paragraph, may only be imposed for a specific period not exceeding one year.
The district court may review a loss of rights specified in the second paragraph after three years. The district court may review an order imposing electronic monitoring after six months. The application is made to the prosecuting authority, which prepares the case for the court. Section 222 a, eighth paragraph, second and third sentences, of the Criminal Procedure Act applies correspondingly in connection with review of a restraining order or an order imposing electronic monitoring. The court's decision is made in the form of a ruling. If the loss of rights is upheld in full or in part, the case may not be reviewed again for a period of three years. If an order imposing electronic monitoring is upheld, the order may not be reviewed again for a period of six months.
The time stipulated for a loss of rights and for the opportunity to apply for a review pursuant to the third paragraph does not run during the period the offender is serving a custodial sentence or is evading the execution of such a penalty.
The district court in the judicial district where a restraining order applies may, on application of the prosecuting authority and in the interests of the person or persons the order is intended to protect, amend the content of the restraining order, see section 57, second paragraph. The third paragraph, third and fifth sentences, and section 222 a, eighth paragraph, second and third sentences, of the Criminal Procedure Act apply correspondingly.