The KSGA was designed to preserve a measure of judicial flexibility in sentencing.
Marking drug crime as a cause for removal, this statute is the analog in the immigrant removal system to the KSGA.
In particular, the court did not consider the flexibility of the KSGA.
Thus, the KSGA allows a judge to depart from the statutory sentence upon a finding of one or more aggravating circumstances.
It is clear that by "probation rules," the district judge was referring to [section] 21-4610(a) of the KSGA, prohibiting a probationer from violating any laws to which she is subject.