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TEXAS BOARD OF PARDONS AND PAROLES

PAROLE REVOCATION PROCESS

HOW DOES THE ADMINISTRATIVE HEARING PROCESS WORK?

An offender may have a hearing if the Parole Division issues either a warrant or a summons. There are generally two categories of offenders arrested on a warrant: 1) those entitled to both preliminary and revocation hearings, and 2) those entitled to a revocation or mitigation hearing only. At the initial interview with the Parole Officer, the offender is required to choose whether they want to have their hearing(s) or waive their right to one or both hearings.

 

Updated 01/22/2019

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