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TEXAS BOARD OF PARDONS AND PAROLES

PAROLE / MANDATORY SUPERVISION INFORMATION

Full Board Parole Decisions

Parole decisions involving capital felons, persons convicted of certain sexual crimes under the penal code, and offenders required to serve 35 calendars years before becoming eligible for parole, require a two-thirds majority of the entire Board.  These are known as Senate Bill 45 cases.

Voting options in those cases are limited to:

FI-1: Release when eligible. All conditions attached therewith apply.

FI-4R: (M/Y): Place sex offenders into four months of programs prior to release.

FI-9R: (M/Y): Place sex offenders into nine months of programs prior to release.

FI-18R (M/Y): Place sex offenders into 18 months of treatment prior to release.

NR (M/Y): Deny favorable parole action and set for review in three years.

SA: Deny parole with no subsequent reviews if within three years from discharge date. Offender must serve balance of sentence.

 

Authority: Section 508.046, Government Code (formerly SB 45, 74th Legislature) (Two-Thirds Majority Vote Required).

 

Updated 01/16/2013

 

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