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TEXAS BOARD OF PARDONS AND PAROLES

PAROLE REVOCATION PROCESS

WHAT IS THE ROLE OF THE HEARING OPERATIONS?

The Board’s Hearing Operations unit administers the parole revocation hearing process by:

  1. Scheduling hearings;

  2. Reviewing and acting on requests for legal representation, appointing attorneys when necessary;

  3. Conducting preliminary and/or revocation hearings;

  4. Reviewing/processing hearing reports and waiver packets (for those choosing to forego hearings) and making recommendations on the case;

  5. Handling hearings and extradition matters in out-of-state cases supervised by Texas under the Interstate Compact, and

  6. Providing a process for reconsidering a revocation decision.

 

Updated 01/16/2013

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