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(a) The board may revoke mandatory parole in a mandatory parole revocation hearing, and subsequently release the prisoner on mandatory reparole.
(b) The board may grant mandatory reparole to the parolee before the new mandatory parole date under reasonable conditions determined by the board.
(c) A parolee serving mandatory reparole will be considered to be in a discretionary parole status. The provisions of this chapter relating to discretionary parole apply to a parolee on mandatory reparole.
History: Eff. 3/29/2003, Register 165
Authority: AS 33.16.010
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