Parole Board Schedule
Group: Board of Pardons and Parole
The Board is required by state statute to meet at least once every three months in a public forum, and during the first meeting of each year, they select the chairperson for the Board. Individual members may be selected to act as a hearing officer and provide recommendations to the Board. Panels of two or more members may also act as a hearing board and they have full authority in decisions of parole. No recommendation for the commutation of a sentence or for a pardon other than an exceptional pardon may be made by less than the majority vote of all members of the Board of Pardons and Paroles. Hearings may also be conducted via teleconference.
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