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TEXAS BOARD OF PARDONS AND PAROLES

PAROLE REVOCATION PROCESS

HOW DOES THE BOARD MAKE REVOCATION DECISIONS?

A three-member parole panel, by majority vote, consisting of Board Members and Parole Commissioners, make final decisions after a revocation hearing is conducted or the offender waives his right to a revocation hearing. There are seven panel locations throughout the state. The panel that considers the case is generally determined by the geographic location where the offender is in custody. Board Analysts located at each panel location review hearings and waivers with the exception of SISP cases, which are reviewed by Analysts at the Central Administration Office.

 

Updated 01/02/2019

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