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TEXAS BOARD OF PARDONS AND PAROLES

PAROLE REVOCATION PROCESS

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN THE PAROLE DIVISION ASKS FOR THE HEARING?

Once the offender is detained and Parole Division decides on a hearing, the offender is interviewed by a parole officer.  The offender is advised of their rights in the revocation hearing process to:

If parole or mandatory supervision is revoked as a result of the hearing, the offender receives a written report by the hearing officer which describes the evidence relied upon in finding a violation.  In certain cases, the offender may petition the Board to reopen the revocation hearing.

 

Updated 01/16/2013

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