17:60:11:03. 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 of findings and a recommended decision resulting from the findings. The report shall be submitted to the board within ten days after the preliminary hearing.
Source: 24 SDR 136, effective April 14, 1998; 30 SDR 198, effective June 23, 2004.
General Authority: 24-15A-42.
Law Implemented: 24-15A-28.
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