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§ section 42-9-47)When considering an inmate for parole, the Board may vote tentatively for parole on condition that the inmate successfully completes the Department of Corrections’ work release program first.A decision to grant any type of clemency requires an affirmative vote by a majority of the members of the Parole Board.The following categories of inmates are not eligible for parole: Inmates serving non-life sentences for a serious violent felony (rape, aggravated sodomy, aggravated child molestation, aggravated sexual battery, armed robbery, or kidnapping), with a crime commit date on/after January 1, 1995 (ineligible for parole consideration due to SB 441).The pace of contemporary life is so frantic that people just don't have time for their personal lives.Representation by an attorney is not required for any type of clemency consideration.

A parole-eligible inmate serving a felony sentence in the custody of the Department of Corrections is automatically considered for parole.Unlike other offenders, the Board’s guidelines are not used and a TPM is not the result of the Board’s decision.The decision whether to employ an attorney is a personal decision of the offender or those acting in his or her behalf.Registered victims of a crime are given notification at the time the Board is considering a parole release allowing for a period the victim may send the Board information about the case.Now six months prior to an offender becoming parole eligible, the Board sends a notification to the judge and district attorney requesting information about the case.Victims, prosecutors (district attorneys) and the public may send the Board information.