JUDICIARY & PUBLIC SAFETY of Corrections; Criminal Justice Academy (Dept. of Public Safety); Fire Academy(LLR); general Assembly (Judiciary Comts. of probation, pardons, Parole; Dept. http://www.state.sc.us/scdah/Judicial.htm
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Douglas County: Departments Attorney s Office, the Douglasville probation Office, the the Georgia State Boardof pardons and Paroles Douglas County Solicitor general s Office (misdemeanor http://www.co.douglas.ga.us/cgi-bin/MySQLdb?MYSQL_VIEW=/departments/view_dept.tx
Victim's Compensation Program I. general PROVISIONS. SEC. Board refers to the Board of pardons and Parole Administration refers to the Parole and probation Administration;; Administrator http://www.doj.gov.ph/revised/page1.html
Extractions: In 1981, the Board of Pardons and Parole issued its first handbook containing a compilation of policies and guidelines that had evolved through the years since the enactment on December 5, 1933 of Act No. 4103, otherwise known as the "Indeterminate Sentence Law", as amended. It was revised in 1990 to make it more simple and easily understood by the ordinary layman, particularly, the prisoner who wished to avail of the benefits of parole and executive clemency. More than ten (10) years have elapsed, hence it has become imperative to revise again the Rules of the Board to conform with recent legislative enactments and executive issuances. The Board merely implement the laws, its interpretation by the Courts, and the policies emanating from them, as enunciated by the President. On the basis of these guidelines, the Board has come up with its working procedures which are embodied in the present Revised Rules and Regulations. It is hoped that these Rules will serve as a handy manual to correctional workers, lawyers, prisoners and their families, and the general public to learn and understand the workings and mechanics of the Members of the Board of Pardons and Parole. It is also envisioned that the prisoner, or anybody in his behalf, will know the steps he has to take in applying for grants of parole and executive clemency.
Fequently Asked Questions: Pardons orders, term of imprisonment or probation, the waiting the Criminal Records Act concerningpardons for sex can request the Solicitor general s authorization to http://www.npb-cnlc.gc.ca/infocntr/factsh/pardonfaq_e.htm
Extractions: A unique reference number is printed on each Pardon Application Guide. This number must be used in all subsequent contacts with the NPB. The applicant must ensure that the application is complete . Documents such as the criminal record, local police records check and other pertinent information mentioned in the guide must be provided with the $50 processing fee (certified cheque or money order only).
FACTS: Pardons may issue, grant, deny, or revoke pardons for convictions without permission fromthe Solicitor general of Canada a person has satisfied his/her probation order http://www.npb-cnlc.gc.ca/infocntr/factsh/pardon.htm
Extractions: What is a pardon? A pardon allows people who were convicted of a criminal offence, but have completed their sentence and demonstrated they are law-abiding citizens, to have their criminal record kept separate and apart from other criminal records. Under the Criminal Records A ct (CRA), the National Parole Board (NPB) may issue, grant, deny, or revoke pardons for convictions under federal acts or regulations of Canada. What are the advantages of a pardon? All information pertaining to convictions will be taken out of the Canadian Police Information Centre (CPIC) and may not be disclosed without permission from the Solicitor General of Canada. The CRA applies only to records kept within federal departments and agencies. However, many of the provincial and municipal law enforcement agencies cooperate by restricting access to their records once notified that a pardon has been granted. The Canadian Human Rights Act forbids discrimination based on a pardoned conviction. This includes services a person needs or the opportunity to work for a federal agency. The CRA states that no employment application form within the federal public service may ask any question that would require an applicant to disclose a pardoned conviction. This also applies to a Crown corporation, the Canadian Forces, or any business within the federal authority.
Sentencing Frequently Asked Questions There are four general categories of felonies in Utah However, probation is imposedat sentencing by a judge and is imposed by the Board of pardons and Parole http://www.sentencing.utah.gov/FAQ.htm
Extractions: The Utah Sentencing Commission is a legislatively created body charged with establishing sentencing guidelines and developing policy recommendations regarding the sentencing and release of adult and juvenile offenders. The Sentencing Commission is comprised of 27 members representing all facets of the justice system, including judges, prosecutors, defense attorneys, legislators, victims, law enforcement, treatment specialists, ethnic minorities, corrections officials, parole authorities, and others. What are sentencing guidelines? Utah uses sentencing guidelines in both the adult and juvenile systems. The primary goal of both sets of sentencing guidelines is communicating a standard to all involved in the sentencing of criminal or juvenile offenders. The Adult Sentencing and Release Guidelines, implemented in 1998 seek to promote uniformity and equity by communicating a recommended sentence and length of stay for particular crimes committed by similarly situated offenders. The recommended sentence and length of stay are descriptive of current sentencing practices. The guidelines are not mandatory; judges and the Board of Pardons and Parole may depart from them, but are encouraged to consider the guidelines as a starting point and follow them unless aggravating or mitigating circumstances justify a departure.
Pardon In Canada to a term of imprisonment or probation, the waiting or bank draft made payable tothe Received general of Canada also hosts a Fact Sheet on pardons which will http://www.duhaime.org/Criminal/ca-pard.htm
Extractions: This web page is provided as a public service by the Victoria, British Columbia (Canada) law firm of The following is a verbatim transcript from the National Parole Board of Canada's 1993 brochure entitled "Facts About Pardon Under the Criminal Records Act". Duhaime & Company wishes to thank the Department of the Solicitor General of Canada for permission to reproduce this information. Introduction The Process The Criminal Records Act allows the National Parole Board (NPB) to issue, grant, deny or revoke pardons for convictions under federal acts or regulations of Canada. The Act also has provisions that affect people who have been given conditional or absolute discharges. Once a pardon is awarded, any federal agency or department that has records of conviction must keep the records of those convictions separate. They may not disclose the information in the record without the permission from the Solicitor General of Canada. The Criminal Records Act applies only to records kept within federal departments and agencies. However, many of the provincial and municipal law enforcement agencies cooperate by restricting their records once notified that a pardon has been awarded.
Colorado Attorney General Opinion 4/24/84 conviction, not merely on basis of parole, probation or bond DUANE WOODARD AttorneyGeneral. pardons EXECUTIVEBRANCH GOVERNOR FEDERAL PREEMPTION INMIGRATION. http://www.ago.state.co.us/AGO/ago84/ago84-7.htm
Extractions: Dear Governor Lamm: I write in response to your February 9, 1984 inquiry about your authority to conditionally pardon a foreign national subject to detainer for deportation by the United States government. You ask specifically: Can the Governor conditionally pardon a foreign national subject to detainer by the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service for deportation and provide that the pardon shall be revoked if the person pardoned illegally returns to the United States? My conclusion is "yes." The Governor has the power to conditionally pardon individuals as long as the conditions imposed are not illegal, immoral, or impossible to perform. ( See Attorney General's Opinion of December 23, 1983). A condition requiring a convicted foreign national to remove himself from the United States is neither immoral nor impossible to perform but is illegal because it fails to recognize the primacy of federal authority in this area (see Attorney General's Opinion of December 23, 1983). This obstacle is removed when pardons are conditioned upon deportation by the federal government and revoked upon a showing of an
Criminal Law, CT On Switchboard Yellow Pages Services Misdemeanors, pardons, probation Violation, more general Info CreditCards Accepted, Financing Available, more Business Types Attorneys, http://www.switchboard.com/Attorneys-Criminal_Justice/CT/18322-/yellowpages_stat
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Extractions: Municipal probation services, fee, Kansas City, exemptions. 549.525. 1. Any city with a population of more than three hundred fifty thousand inhabitants which is located in more than one county which provides probation services for persons convicted of its ordinance violations may collect from the person placed on probation a fee of ten dollars per month for providing supervision and rehabilitation services. 2. The court may exempt a person from all or part of the contribution required in subsection 1 of this section if it finds any of the following factors exist: (1) The offender has diligently attempted, but has been unable, to obtain employment which provides him sufficient income to make such payments; (2) The offender is a student in school, college, university or course of vocational or technical training designed to fit the student for gainful employment. Certification of such student status shall be supplied to the court by the educational institution in which the offender is enrolled; (3) The offender has an employment handicap, as determined by a physical, psychological or psychiatric examination acceptable to or ordered by the court;
RULES OF THE BOARD OF PARDONS paid a fine, served jail time or probation) are included no witnesses to be notified,the Attorney general shall inform the Board of pardons in writing. http://www.state.de.us/sos/pardrule.htm
Extractions: RULE 1. TIME AND PLACE OF MEETING. The Board of Pardons will meet in open session to consider applications on the fourth Thursday of each month, except July and August, at such time and place as the President of the Board shall determine. The President may change the regular monthly meeting date if special circumstances so warrant. RULE 2. APPLICATION, NOTICE, ETC. An applicant may file his/her petition personally or through a representative. In any application involving a crime subject to Rule 9 of these Rules, the applicant will have undergone the required psychiatric and psychological procedures of 11 Del. C.
Attorney General of a crime upon the recommendation of the Board of pardons. The Attorney general sproposal will give the police a SENTENCING AND probation REFORM INITIATIVES. http://www.state.de.us/attgen/main_page/pressreleases/2003/legagenda2.htm
Extractions: PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ATTORNEY GENERAL JANE BRADY 2003 LEGISLATIVE AGENDA MAKING GOVERNMENT MORE EFFICIENT INTERNET PUBLICATION OF BID REQUESTS AND HEARING NOTICES Whenever the State solicits a bid for a contract to provide goods or services, it is required by law to publish notice of the solicitation in two newspapers. The State is similarly required to publish notice of all public hearings. This bill permits use of the Internet as a means to modernize the notice requirements for procurement bids and public hearings. This bill will allow Internet publication, via a dedicated State web site, for newspaper publication. Estimates by the State Budget office are that savings to the State will exceed $1,000,000 every year. CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM REFORM PARDONS The Delaware Constitution gives the Governor the authority to grant a pardon to any person convicted of a crime upon the recommendation of the Board of Pardons. Though it is generally understood that a pardon restores the grantee's civil rights, the Delaware Code does not specifically delineate the extent to which one's civil rights are restored by a pardon. This bill will resolve the confusion and ambiguity surrounding the issue by making it clear that all civil rights are restored by a pardon unless the Delaware Constitution or a provision of the Code expressly provided to the contrary. Among the civil rights restored by a pardon that are specifically recognized by the bill are the right to vote, the right to serve on a jury, the right to possess a deadly weapon and (in some instances) the right to seek and hold public office.
General Information - Inadmissibility Issues National Parole Board, Clemency and pardons Division, 340 In general, applicationsfor Approval of Rehabilitation reports from parole or probation officers, the http://www.dfait-maeci.gc.ca/can-am/menu-en.asp?act=v&did=1008&mid=11&cat=563&ty
Criminal Justice These general education courses provide a solid foundation upon which students prepare CJC2350 Correctional Operations CJC 2162 probation, pardons, and Parole http://www.lakecity.cc.fl.us/departments/crimjustice/
Extractions: Criminal Justice In today's fast-paced ever-changing society, the need for knowledgable, dedicated criminal justice professionals is acute. Careers in Law Enforcement and Corrections can provide life-long challenges and almost unlimited opportunities for advancement. At Lake City Community College the Criminal Justice program is committed to excellence in academics and training for both young people and experienced criminal justice professionals. Graduates may choose from a wide variety of career fields: local, state, or federal law enforcement and correction; juvenile justice; private security; or law. Lake City Community College offers two-year Associate in Art/Science Degrees in which the interdisciplinary approach is utilized to train criminal justice professionals. To accommodate this approach, the criminal justice degree requires that half of the requisite course work be comprised of general education courses including Sociology, Mathematics, Communications, English and Science. These general education courses provide a solid foundation upon which students prepare for the analysis of social and human problems so necessary for functioning effectively within the criminal justice system.
TCC Distance Learning, Web-Based CJC2162000000, probation, pardons and Parole, MGF1107-034188, Mathematics II forLiberal ENC1102-029892, Argument and Persuasion, PSY2012-030127, general Psychology. http://www.tcc.fl.edu/courses/websites.asp
Extractions: Distance Learning Home SPI Telecourse Web-Based ... Index All web students must go to Web Orientation before accessing your web course for the first time. Courses require Intenet Explorer 5.0 or higher, Click here to download Internet Explorer if needed. The following courses are being taught this term (Summer 2004): Financial Accounting Western Civilization II Managerial Accounting Personal Finance American Experience I Introduction to Business Major American Writers Concepts of Positive Living Intro to the Biological Sciences Contemporary Health Environmental Systems Humanities I Humanities II The Criminal Justice System Florida: History, People, and Politics Juvenile Justice Earth and its Environment Introduction to Data Processing World Literature Intro to Computer Literacy College Algebra Intro to Networks and Telecomm College Prep Math Web Page Authoring College Prep Algebra Probation, Pardons and Parole Mathematics II for Liberal Arts Law Enforcement Oceanography The Court System Microsoft Word Criminal Law Microsoft Access Criminal Investigation Microsoft Excel Introduction to C++ Philosophy Scripting for the Web Litigation I Ed. Young Child
Handbook Of Texas Online: BOARD OF PARDONS AND PAROLES issuance of paroles either, the attorney general decided that the prison system, theAdult probation Department, and duties of the Board of pardons and Paroles http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/view/BB/mdbjq.html
Extractions: format this article to print BOARD OF PARDONS AND PAROLES. The Board of Pardons and Paroles releases inmates from the prison system qv and recommends clemency decisions to the governor of Texas. Board structure, powers, and responsibilities have altered since the institution's inception. In 1929 the Texas legislature abolished the two-member Board of Pardon Advisors, which had existed since 1893, and established a three-person body to advise the governor on clemency matters. Board members, who served for six-year terms, received their positions through gubernatorial appointment subject to state senatorial confirmation. The governor designated one member as chairman, and the board selected another as supervisor of paroles. Stanhope Henry, James R. Hamilton, and J. O. Woodward served as the first members of a board that functioned in a purely advisory capacity; governors could grant clemency without board approval or advice. Clemency consists of such measures as full pardons, conditional pardons, paroles, reprieves, furloughs, and the restoration of citizenship rights for those convicted of crimes. A full pardon essentially forgives offenders for their crimes and restores all of their civil rights. A conditional pardon releases offenders from prison and extends forgiveness as long as individuals comply with certain conditions, such as good behavior. Failure to adhere to those conditions voids the clemency and subjects the offender to reimprisonment. Parole, also a conditional release, permits certain prisoners freed at the discretion of designated officials to serve their sentences outside of the prison under state supervision. Parolees who fail to comply with supervision or commit new offenses usually return to prison after the board revokes their parole. A reprieve suspends the execution of a sentence for a temporary period; at various times in the board's existence the terms
Extractions: Attorneys for Appellant. Considered on Briefs Oct 18, 1999; Opinion Filed Nov 23, 1999 GILBERTSON, Justice. [¶1] State appeals the circuit court's reversal of the Board of Pardons and Paroles' (Board) revocation of Jeffrey L. Grajczyk's (Grajczyk) suspended sentence. We reverse and remand with instructions to affirm the decision of the Board. FACTS AND PROCEDURE [¶2] On June 28, 1994, Grajczyk pled guilty to a charge of aggravated assault in Brown County. He was sentenced to serve fifteen years in the state penitentiary. Eight years of Grajczyk's sentence were suspended on the following conditions:
Extractions: Inmate Pre-Release and Pardons Assistance Inmate Counselling The Whitby Jail closed in November of 2002. As a result, the JHS of Durham does not currently does provide inmate counselling/services to any local facility of this type. Pardons Having a criminal record is increasingly becoming a barrier for people looking for employment or applying for a visa to work in another country. It is strongly advised that those with criminal records obtain a pardon as soon as they are eligible. Those with a criminal record who have had no criminal involvement for several years may request a Federal Pardon from the National Parole Board. One can apply three to five years after the terms of their sentencing are completed (eg. fines paid, probation completed, etc.) A pardon application may be accelerated if you have urgent need to have a clear record, eg job out of the country, etc. Once a pardon is awarded, the record is sealed and may not be accessed without the permission of the Solicitor General of Canada. The Criminal Records Act applies only to records kept at the federal level. You may request your local police force to restrict information about your record after the federal pardon has been awarded. If they agree to do this, a potential employer should be unable to learn about your criminal record through the local police database. We can help you...