Article 1 General Provisions. Article 1 general Provisions Section 1522-24 Board of pardons and Paroles Dutiesgenerally; annual report; badge and pistol of probation and parole http://www.legislature.state.al.us/CodeofAlabama/1975/143166.htm
Extractions: Article 2 Pardons and Paroles. Section 15-22-20 Board of Pardons and Paroles - Creation; appointment, qualifications, oath, terms of office, compensation and removal of members; filling of vacancies; chairman; quorum; members not to hold other offices. Section 15-22-21 Section 15-22-22 Section 15-22-23 Board of Pardons and Paroles - Meetings; conditions to board action approving, etc., any pardon, etc., or restoration of civil and political rights; due notice defined. Section 15-22-24 Section 15-22-25 Investigation and report on sentenced prisoner's social and criminal records.
State Government Committee Corrections, Board of probation and Parole and the pardons Board to supply the countyof residence of persons supplied to the Auditor general, State Treasurer http://www.pasenate.com/Committee/ARCHIVES/%stategov.htm
Extractions: Home Senators News Audio ... Feedback STATE GOVERNMENT COMMITTEE On Tuesday, May 18, 2004, the committee met to consider two bills. SB 1052 (EARLL) - An Act authorizing and directing the Department of General Services, with the approval of the Governor, to grant and convey to Erie-Western Pennsylvania Port Authority certain lands situate in the City of Erie, County of Erie. The bill was reported as committed unanimously. HB 2273 (ZUG) - An Act amending the act of August 5, 1941 (P.L.752, No.286), known as the Civil Service Act, further providing for examinations requisite for appointment and promotion. The bill was reported as committed unanimously. STATE GOVERNMENT COMMITTEE On Tuesday, March 30, 2004, the committee met to consider several bills and to hear an update on the implementation of the Statewide Uniform Registry of Electors (SURE) system from Secretary of State Pedro Cortés. SB 1039 - (Mowery) Amends Title 65 (Public Officers) by adding that the term "agency" would include the governing board of any nonprofit corporation that is affiliated with a State-aided, State-owned or State-related institution of higher education and is granted supervisory or advisory powers regarding the degree programs of the institution. The intent of this legislation is to require the Penn State Dickinson School of Law's Board of Governors (and the Board of any public institution) meetings to be open to the public. The bill was reported as committed
Honolulu Star-Bulletin Editorial However, the Office of the Attorney general, through its after discharge from paroleor probation supervision before Only 37 out of the 84 pardons were granted http://starbulletin.com/2000/08/25/editorial/viewpoint.html
Extractions: useful purpose GOVERNOR Cayetano's pardon of Thomas Foley set off a torrent of public comment about the general issue of pardons in Hawaii. Such a discussion could be worthwhile were it not laced with confusion about the process of receiving a pardon, a process with which I became familiar while in charge of pardons for the Hawaii Paroling Authority. The definition of a pardon, formulated some years ago with the assistance of former state Deputy Attorney General Michael Lilly, is "an act of grace which exempts the individual on whom it is bestowed, from the punishment the law inflicts for a crime the applicant has committed. It, nevertheless, does not imply innocence of the crime for which the individual is pardoned." To clarify a point made in the Star-Bulletin's Aug. 16 article on pardons: Once an inmate leaves prison on parole or serves the maximum sentence, he or she has the right to seek public office and to vote as well. A pardon is not required. "Express authorization to possess or use firearms" is granted only to those who require firearms in the course of employment, for example, police officers, prison guards and, in one case, for the security guard for former Gov. George Ariyoshi.
Tennessee Board Of Probation And Parole: History placing a parttime Board of probation and Paroles 582 passed by the Eighty-SeventhGeneral Assembly creating a as the Tennessee Board of pardons and Paroles. http://www2.state.tn.us/bopp/bopp_history.htm
Extractions: Home Board Members Divisions Annual Reports ... Index History On February 18, 1961, Governor Buford Ellington signed into law an act passed by the Eighty-Second Session of the General Assembly, placing a part-time Board of Probation and Paroles as a division of the Department of Correction. The Commissioner of Correction served as chairman and two members were appointed by the Governor, one such member had to be a practicing attorney in this state and the other member selected from the business or educational field. In 1963, legislation was passed increasing the size of the Board to five part-time members, the Governor being empowered to appoint four of its members. In 1970 the Governor began appointing all five members, with the Commissioner of Correction no longer serving as chairman. April 4, 1972, was an important date in the historical development of the Tennessee Board of Paroles. It was on this date that Governor Winfield Dunn signed into law House Bill No. 582 passed by the Eighty-Seventh General Assembly creating a full-time board with set terms established by statute, to be known as the Tennessee Board of Pardons and Paroles. The board consisted of three members, the first full time charter Board Members were Charles Traughber, Dorothy Greer and Joseph Mitchell, each appointed by Governor Winfield Dunn. Terms of appointments were for six years, with initial appointments being for staggered terms of two, four and six years respectively. The Governor also appointed a Chairman whose term of office was two years, with a maximum of three (3) consecutive terms.
Texas Legislature Online - Bills By Subject Zones. Business CommerceGeneral. Business CommerceSmall Parole, probation pardons. County GovernmentEmployees/Officers. County GovernmentFinance. County GovernmentGeneral http://www.capitol.state.tx.us/tlo/reports/subject/78R/icode.htm
Graduate AS Course Descriptions Prereq Twelve hours of chemistry or permission of instructor. CHM 6600, AdvancedGeneral Chemistry, 3 hrs. CJ 5571, probation, pardons, and Parole, 3 hrs. http://www.tsud.edu/Bulletin/22.grad_course_desc.htm
Extractions: (Courses are listed first alphabetically according to the two or three letter prefix and then numerically within each subject area.) Courses: Biology (BIO) Marine Biology (MB) Chemistry (CHM) Mathematics (MTH) ... Law (LAW) BIOLOGY COURSES (BIO) BIO Local Flora 4 hrs. Vascular plants of southeast Alabama. Systems of classification, plant families, the use of dichotomous keys, and general herbarium procedures. Three hours of lecture and two hours of laboratory per week. BIO Entomology 4 hrs. Orders of insects with special attention on morphology, taxonomy and life cycles. A collection is required. Three hours of lecture and two hours of laboratory per week. BIO Animal Behavior 4 hrs. Ethology of invertebrate and vertebrate animals. Three hours of lectures and three hours of laboratory per week. BIO Field Ecology 4 hrs.
Montana Board Of Pardons And Parole - History Secretary of State, and Attorney general, to parole Qualifications for Board Members/Probationand Parole Functions members of the Board of pardons and Parole http://www.discoveringmontana.com/bopp/history.asp
Extractions: @import url(/bopp/boppimport.css); Sixteen years later, the Legislature provided for the parole of prisoners (Ch. 95, L. 1907). The 1907 legislation authorized the State Board of Prison Commissioners, consisting of the Governor, Secretary of State, and Attorney General, to parole an inmate of the Montana State Prison (MSP) subject to the following restrictions: An inmate could not be paroled if the inmate previously had been convicted of a felony other than the one for which the inmate currently was imprisoned. An inmate serving a time sentence could not be paroled until the inmate had served at least one-half of the inmate's full term, "not reckoning his good time", except that an inmate serving a time sentence could be paroled after serving 122 years. An inmate serving a life sentence could not be paroled until the inmate had served 25 years "less the diminution which would have been allowed for good conduct had the inmate's sentence been for 25 years." Additionally, the parole had to receive unanimous approval from the Board of Pardons and Parole.
Harris County District Attorney's Office The Board of pardons and Paroles has the authority to order payment of restitution willbegin much later than would payments made as a condition of probation. http://dao-web.dao.hctx.net/ie/ORGANIZATION.cfm?choice=generalFAQ
Extractions: Montgomery, Alabama In addition to providing parole services in Montgomery County for the Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles, the State Probation and Parole Office in Montgomery also provides probation investigations on convicted felony offenders and supervising offenders who are placed on probation by the courts. The Montgomery office also has an Intensive Probation and Parole Program which supervises high risk offenders in a rigid structure of supervision and surveillance. The Montgomery Office also has a unique program called the Release on Recognizance (ROR) Program which is a contract between the Montgomery County Commission and the Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles. With this program, certain persons who are in the Montgomery County Detention Facility awaiting trial or other court proceedings, who are otherwise unable to make bond, may be released on this program to be supervised by the State Probation and Parole pending their hearing. This project frees up vital bed space in the Detention Facility and saves the County money. In addition, this program also utilizes Electronic Monitoring Services to intensively supervise high risk offenders on "house arrest." This program has been in operation since 1992 and has continually met increased success. The Montgomery Probation and Parole Office is located in the first floor of the Montgomery County Courthouse. The Intensive Probation and Parole Office and the ROR Offices are located in the basement of the courthouse.
Extractions: Criminal Justice Division - The Criminal Justice Division is divided into four sections: Capital Litigation, Post-Conviction Litigation, Public Safety and the State Healthcare Fraud Control Unit and provides general legal representation to the various public safety/law enforcement agencies in the state. State Law Library "Standards for State, Court, and County Law Library Collections" . In addition to coordinating this collection, the Library provides information, access, and research services for the staff of the Law Department. This includes procuring information in any form- books and print, online and electronic media, and microfiche/film. The Law Library also manages subscriptions and print ordering for the Divisions and Sections. All items are processed and cataloged according to Library of Congress standards. The Librarian provides training and education for various products, services and research methods. The Law Library endeavors to facilitate the various knowledge management goals of each unit within the Law Department.
HB420.html for this purpose by the general Assembly, for by the department or the Board of Pardonsand Paroles a county jail following revocation of probation or parole http://www.legis.state.ga.us/legis/2003_04/fulltext/hb420.htm
Extractions: To amend Code Section 42-5-51 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, relating to jurisdiction of the Department of Corrections over certain offenders, designation of the place of confinement, reimbursement of counties, and transfer of inmates to federal authority, so as to change the provisions relating to the reimbursement of counties by the Department of Corrections; to provide for the reimbursement of counties by the Board of Pardons and Paroles; to provide an effective date; to repeal conflicting laws; and for other purposes. Code Section 42-5-51 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, relating to jurisdiction of the Department of Corrections over certain offenders, designation of the place of confinement, reimbursement of counties, and transfer of inmates to federal authority, is amended by striking subsection (c) of said Code section and inserting in its place the following:
Fiscal Year Abstract 95/96 Abstract Overview on dual supervision, who are on both probation and parole began as a system of pardonsand commutations In 1919, the general Assembly established an Advisory http://www.doc.state.nc.us/r&p/abstract/FY19596/FILE3.HTM
Extractions: I. Overview of the Department of Correction The Department of Correction is responsible for the care, custody, and supervision of all individuals sentenced after the conviction of a felony or serious misdemeanor in North Carolina. Sentences may vary from probationary terms served in the community to active prison sentences served in one of the ninety-two prison facilities. The General Statutes direct the department to provide adequate custodial care, educational opportunities, and medical and psychological treatment services to all incarcerated persons while at the same time providing community-based supervision and some needed social services to offenders on probation or on parole or post-release supervision. The department was established in 1972 by authority of the Executive Reorganization Act of 1971 as the Department of Social Rehabilitation and Control. The Act provided for the joining of the Parole Commission, the Advisory Board of Correction, and the department made up of the Divisions of Prisons, Adult Probation and Parole and Youth Development. The secretary of the department is appointed by the Governor and serves at his pleasure. The secretary is responsible for the supervision and administration of all department functions except that the Parole Commission has the sole authority to release incarcerated offenders prior to the expiration of their sentence. In July, 1974, the department was renamed the Department of Correction, the Parole Commission was expanded from three to five members, and further consolidation of responsibilities and functions occurred. In 1975, the Division of Youth Development was transferred administratively to the Department of Human Resources, leaving the Department of Correction its current administrative configuration.
Iowa Code 1999SUPPLEMENT: Title XVI OF POLICE, GOVERNOR, AND ATTORNEY general 818 INTERSTATE VIOLATIONS OF PAROLE ORPROBATION 909 FINES COMPACT 914 REPRIEVES, pardons, COMMUTATIONS, REMISSIONS http://www.legis.state.ia.us/IACODE/1999SUPPLEMENT/XVI.html
Texas Register October 16, 1998 34 TAC §§13.1, 13.2, 13.413.15 Texas Board of pardons and Paroles. GeneralProvisions. Texas Juvenile probation Commission. Case Management Standards. http://texinfo.library.unt.edu/texasregister/html/1998/Oct-16/
Archives : Index called in, including the Attorney general s Office, the in Van Zandt County, plusprobation department officials in with the Texas Board of pardons and Paroles http://www.athensreview.com/articles/2004/02/25/news/news15.txt
Extractions: No explanation offered as to why probation officer found shot in Van Zandt County By Art Lawler A probation officer from Smith County Pardons and Paroles was involved in a mysterious shooting Monday in Van Zandt County. Parole Officer Catherine Hlavaty was found in her car beside County Road 2922 in Van Zandt County late Monday morning. Van Zandt County Sheriff Pat Burnett said investigators do not believe anyone escaped from her custody. "There are no suspects or perpetrators loose running wild and shooting people," Burnett said. He also said they do not believe the incident was work related. Hlavaty has been employed with the Tyler office of the Pardons and Paroles board since September of 1990 and has been doing home visits in that county, according to Sheriff Burnett. "We are working in conjunction with the Texas Rangers, the Attorney General and the parole people," he said. "We're all working together on the investigation." Burnett said the Texas Rangers will be interviewing the woman about the incident. e-mail email@example.com
Argus Leader - South Dakota Pardons An attorney general s opinion issued Friday might open Once the person s probationtime is completed, most of Most often, requests for pardons, commutations or http://www.argusleader.com/specialsections/2003/pardons/Wednesdayarticle1.shtml
Extractions: From July through December last year, the parole board considered 23 applications for pardons and recommended granting 12, said Michael Winder, policy and information specialist for the South Dakota Department of Corrections. In the two years prior to that, 117 applications were received, and 64 were recommended for approval by the board.