When, pursuant to the agreement on detainers or other provision of law, a person in
actual confinement under sentence of another jurisdiction is brought before a California
court and sentenced by the judge to serve a California sentence concurrently with
the sentence of the other jurisdiction or has been transferred to another jurisdiction
for concurrent service of previously imposed sentences, the Board of Prison Terms,
and the panels and members thereof, may meet in such other jurisdiction, or enter
into cooperative arrangements with corresponding agencies in the other jurisdiction,
as necessary to carry out the term-fixing and parole functions.
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