- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 33. Probation, Prisons, and Prisoners
- Chapter 16. Parole Administration
- Section 87. Rights of Victims in Connection With Special Medical Parole.
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AS 33.16.087. Rights of Victims in Connection With Special Medical Parole.
- (a) If the victim of a crime requests notice of a scheduled hearing to review or consider special medical parole for a
prisoner convicted of that crime, the board shall send notice of the hearing to the victim at least 30 days before the
hearing. The notice must be accompanied by a copy of the prisoner's or commissioner's application for parole submitted
under AS 33.16.085
. The copy of the application sent to the victim must include the prisoner's proposed residence and employment
- (b) A victim who requests notice under this section shall maintain a current, valid mailing address on file with the
board. The board shall send the notice required by this section to the last known address of the victim. The victim's
address may not be disclosed to the prisoner or the prisoner's attorney.
- (c) The victim has a right to attend meetings of the parole board in which the status of the prisoner convicted of the
crime against that victim is officially considered and to comment, in writing or in person, on the proposed action of
the board. Copies of any written comments shall be provided to the prisoner and the prisoner's attorney before action
by the board.
- (d) The board shall consider the comments presented under (c) of this section in deciding whether to release the prisoner
on special medical parole.
- (e) If the victim requests, the board shall make every reasonable effort to notify the victim as soon as practicable in
writing of its decision to grant or deny special medical parole. The notice under this subsection must include the
expected date of the prisoner's release, the geographic area in which the prisoner is required to reside, and other
pertinent information concerning the prisoner's conditions of parole that may affect the victim.
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