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									R671. Pardons (Board of), Administration.
R671-405. Parole Termination.
R671-405-1. Termination of Parole.
      The Board may consider terminating an offender's parole when
petitioned to do so by the Department of Corrections, other interested
parties or on its own initiative. When considering termination, the
Board will toll any parole time when a parolee is an absconder. The
toll time will be from the date a Board warrant was issued to the
date the warrant was executed.
      When a termination is approved by the Board, written notification
of the Board's action will be provided to the parolee through the
Department of Corrections.
      Depending on the crime, statutory periods of parole without
violation are three, ten years, the unexpired length of the sentence,
or life.
      Upon receipt of written notification of the service of the
statutory maximum period on parole and verification of that
information, the Board of Pardons will then order the closing of the
file.
KEY: sentencing, parole
Date of Enactment or Last Substantive Amendment: February 25, 2009
Notice of Continuation: January 31, 2012
Authorizing, and Implemented or Interpreted Law: 76-3-202; 77-27-9;
77-27-12

								
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