TITLE 20: CORRECTIONS, CRIMINAL JUSTICE, AND LAW ENFORCEMENT
CHAPTER IV: PRISONER REVIEW BOARD
PART 1610 PRISONER REVIEW BOARD
SECTION 1610.90 RESCISSION OF PAROLE ORDER
Section 1610.90 Rescission of Parole Order
a) Rescission means withdrawal of an unimplemented grant of parole.
b) When the Board becomes aware of information which might justify rescission of a parole, it shall not rescind the parole unless it first gives the person whose parole may be rescinded a hearing.
c) The person shall be given advance written notice of the hearing, a reasonable time (but not less than three days) before it is to take place. The notice shall state fully why the Board is considering rescission.
d) If the ground for rescission is an institutional disciplinary violation and the person has been found guilty of that violation at a hearing complying with Department of Corrections Administrative Regulation 804, the Board shall not be required to hear further evidence on the matter or make a factual determination of guilt or innocence but may accept as conclusive the findings of the Institutional Adjustment Committee. If the Board does accept the Institutional Adjustment Committee's findings, the person shall be permitted to show why, notwithstanding a finding of guilt, he should be released on parole.
e) If the basis for rescission is an institutional disciplinary violation and the person has not received a hearing on the violation under Department of Corrections Administrative Regulation 804, the Board shall continue the matter for not longer than 30 days so that the institution involved may conduct such a hearing.
f) The Board shall make its decision and notify the person of that decision and the reason or reasons for it in writing within a reasonable time (but not more than seven (7) days in the case of a panel hearing and not more than thirty (30) days in the case of an en banc hearing).