24-15A-29. Discretionary parole date on revocation--Conditions--Discretionary hearings.

The board shall establish a discretionary parole date of not more than two years from the date of revocation if:

(1)    An offender's parole or suspended sentence is revoked and imposed following release to parole supervision; or

(2)    An offender's suspended sentence is revoked and imposed after the offender has been found noncompliant under § 24-15A-39.

Subsequent discretionary hearings shall be held at intervals of not more than two years. The board is not required to see an inmate for a discretionary parole hearing at two-year intervals following a revocation if the inmate receives an additional felony sentence that carries an initial parole date longer than two years from the revocation.

Source: SL 1996, ch 158, § 28; SL 2010, ch 134, § 1; SL 2013, ch 116, § 1; SL 2021, ch 114, § 1.