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          17:60:03:04.  Preliminary hearing. A preliminary hearing is not required if the parolee is not under arrest on a board warrant, has signed a waiver of preliminary hearing, has left the State of South Dakota or other approved jurisdiction without authorization and was apprehended outside of that jurisdiction, or has been convicted of a felony or misdemeanor in a South Dakota court, a court of another state, or a federal court. If a preliminary hearing under SDCL 24-15-23 is required and a parolee fails to either receive or waive a preliminary hearing prior to the parolee's return to a South Dakota Department of Corrections facility, the parolee shall receive a preliminary hearing within ten working days of the parolee's return to a South Dakota Department of Corrections facility.

          After the preliminary hearing, the hearing officer shall submit to the board a written report on the officer's findings and on the officer's decision resulting from the findings. The report shall be submitted to the board within ten days after the preliminary hearing.

          Source: 4 SDR 54, effective February 23, 1978; 12 SDR 162, effective April 20, 1986; 30 SDR 198, effective June 23, 2004.

          General Authority: SDCL 24-13-7.

          Law Implemented: SDCL 24-15-23.


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