§ 140.04  SENTENCE OF IMPRISONMENT FOR FELONY.
   (A)   A sentence of imprisonment for a felony shall be an indeterminate sentence, the maximum of which shall be fixed within the limits provided by division (B) below, and subject to modification by the trial judge pursuant to KRS 532.070.
   (B)   The authorized maximum terms of imprisonment for felonies are:
      (1)   For a Class A felony, not less than 20 years nor more than 50 years or life imprisonment;
      (2)   For a Class B felony, not less than ten years nor more than 20 years;
      (3)   For a Class C felony, not less than five years nor more than ten years; and
      (4)   For a Class D felony, not less than one year nor more than five years.
   (C)   For any felony specified in KRS Chapter 510, KRS 530.020, 530.064, or 531.310,statutory the sentence shall include an additional three-year period of conditional discharge which shall be added to the maximum sentence rendered for the offense. During this period of conditional discharge, if a defendant violates the provisions of conditional discharge, the defendant may be reincarcerated for:
      (1)   The remaining period of his or her initial sentence, if any is remaining; and
      (2)   The entire period of conditional discharge, or if the initial sentence has been served, for the remaining period of conditional discharge.
   (D)   The actual time of release within the maximum established by division (A) above, or as modified pursuant to KRS 532.070, shall be determined under procedures established elsewhere by law.
(KRS 532.060)  (Prior Code, § 140.04)