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(a) The board may unconditionally discharge a parolee from the jurisdiction and custody of the board after the parolee has completed one year of parole. A discretionary parolee with a residual period of probation may, after one year of parole, be discharged by the board to immediately begin serving the residual period of probation.
(b) Notwithstanding (a) of this section, the board may unconditionally discharge a mandatory parolee before the parolee has completed one year of parole if the parolee is serving a concurrent period of residual probation under AS 33.20.040(c), and the period of residual probation and the period of suspended imprisonment each equal or exceed the period of mandatory parole.
(c) At the discretion of a parole officer, a parole officer may recommend to the board early discharge for a parolee who
(1) has completed at least one year on parole;
(2) has completed all treatment programs required as a condition of parole;
(3) is currently in compliance with all conditions of parole for all of the cases for which the person is on parole; and
(4) has not been convicted of
(A) an unclassified felony offense under AS 11;
(B) a sexual felony as defined in AS 12.55.185; or
(C) a crime involving domestic violence as defined in AS 18.66.990.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Alaska Statutes Title 33. Probation, Prisons, Pardons, and Prisoners § 33.16.210. Discharge of parolee - last updated April 21, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ak/title-33-probation-prisons-pardons-and-prisoners/ak-st-sect-33-16-210/
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