Your benefits are withheld for any month, or any part of a month, you are confined for more than 30 continuous days in a correctional institution in the U.S. based on a conviction.
Your benefits are also withheld if you are confined by court order for more than 30 continuous days to an institution in the U.S. at public expense in connection with a verdict or finding that you are:
Guilty but insane with respect to a criminal offense;
Not guilty of a criminal offense by reason of insanity;
Incompetent to stand trial under an allegation of a criminal offense; or
Found to be under similar conditions (such as mental disease, mental defect, or mental incompetence) with respect to a criminal offense.
Your benefits are withheld if, after completing a sentence based on conviction of a crime, an element of which was sexual activity, you are confined by court order for more than 30 continuous days in a U.S. institution at public expense based on a finding that you are a sexually dangerous person, sexual predator, or a similar finding.
Last Revised: Jul. 28, 2006