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(a) In determining whether a prisoner is suitable for discretionary parole, the board shall consider the preparole reports including
(1) the presentence report made to the sentencing court;
(2) the recommendations made by the sentencing court, by the prosecuting attorney, and by the defense attorney, and any statements made by the victim or the prisoner at sentencing;
(3) the prisoner's institutional conduct history while incarcerated;
(4) recommendations made by the staff of the correctional facilities in which the prisoner was incarcerated;
(5) reports of prior crimes, juvenile histories, and previous experiences of the prisoner on parole or probation;
(6) physical, mental, and psychiatric examinations of the prisoner;
(7) information submitted by the prisoner, the sentencing court, the victim of the crime, the prosecutor, or other persons having knowledge of the prisoner or the crime;
(8) information concerning an unjustified disparity in the sentence imposed on a prisoner in relation to other sentences imposed under similar circumstances;
(9) the case plan created under AS 33.30.011(a)(8) for the prisoner, including a compliance report on the case plan;
(10) a reentry plan created under AS 33.30.011(a)(9); and
(11) other relevant information that may be reasonably available.
(b) The board shall provide information available under (a)(3) and (a)(6) of this section when requesting comments on the discretionary parole of a prisoner from the sentencing court.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Alaska Statutes Title 33. Probation, Prisons, Pardons, and Prisoners § 33.16.110. Preparole reports - last updated April 21, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ak/title-33-probation-prisons-pardons-and-prisoners/ak-st-sect-33-16-110/
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