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Title 28Chapter IPart 2


TITLE 28—Judicial Administration

CHAPTER I—DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

PART 2—PAROLE, RELEASE, SUPERVISION AND RECOMMITMENT OF PRISONERS, YOUTH OFFENDERS, AND JUVENILE DELINQUENTS

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Subpart A—UNITED STATES CODE PRISONERS AND PAROLEES

§2.1
Definitions.
§2.2
Eligibility for parole; adult sentences.
§2.3
Same: Narcotic Addict Rehabilitation Act.
§2.4
Same: Youth offenders and juvenile delinquents.
§2.5
Sentence aggregation.
§2.6
Withheld and forfeited good time.
§2.7
Committed fines and restitution orders.
§2.8
Mental competency proceedings.
§2.9
Study prior to sentencing.
§2.10
Date service of sentence commences.
§2.11
Application for parole; notice of hearing.
§2.12
Initial hearings: Setting presumptive release dates.
§2.13
Initial hearing; procedure.
§2.14
Subsequent proceedings.
§2.15
Petition for consideration of parole prior to date set at hearing.
§2.16
Parole of prisoner in state, local, or territorial institution.
§2.17
Original jurisdiction cases.
§2.18
Granting of parole.
§2.19
Information considered.
§2.20
Paroling policy guidelines: Statement of general policy.
§2.21
Reparole consideration guidelines.
§2.22
Communication with the Commission.
§2.23
Delegation to hearing examiners.
§2.24
Review of panel recommendation by the Regional Commissioner.
§2.25
Hearings by videoconference.
§2.26
Appeal to National Appeals Board.
§2.27
Petition for reconsideration of original jurisdiction decisions.
§2.28
Reopening of cases.
§2.29
Release on parole.
§2.30
False information or new criminal conduct: Discovery after release.
§2.31
Parole to detainers: Statement of policy.
§2.32
Parole to local or immigration detainers.
§2.33
Release plans.
§2.34
Rescission of parole.
§2.35
Mandatory release in the absence of parole.
§2.36
Rescission guidelines.
§2.37
Disclosure of information concerning parolees; Statement of policy.
§2.38
Community supervision by U.S. Probation Officers.
§2.39
Jurisdiction of the Commission.
§2.40
Conditions of release.
§2.41
Travel approval.
§2.42
Probation officer's reports to Commission.
§2.43
Early termination.
§2.44
Summons to appear or warrant for retaking of parolee.
§2.45
Same; youth offenders.
§2.46
Execution of warrant and service of summons.
§2.47
Warrant placed as a detainer and dispositional review.
§2.48
Revocation: Preliminary interview.
§2.49
Place of revocation hearing.
§2.50
Revocation hearing procedure.
§2.51
Issuance of a subpoena for the appearance of witnesses or production of documents.
§2.52
Revocation decisions.
§2.53
Mandatory parole.
§2.54
Reviews pursuant to 18 U.S.C. 4215(c).
§2.55
Disclosure of file prior to parole hearing.
§2.56
Disclosure of Parole Commission file.
§2.57
Special parole terms.
§2.58
Prior orders.
§2.59
Designation of a Commissioner to act as a hearing examiner.
§2.60
Superior program achievement.
§2.61
Qualifications of representatives.
§2.62
Rewarding assistance in the prosecution of other offenders; criteria and guidelines.
§2.63
Quorum.
§2.64
Youth Corrections Act.
§2.65
Paroling policy for prisoners serving aggregate U.S. and D.C. Code sentences.
§2.66
Revocation decision without hearing.
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Subpart B—TRANSFER TREATY PRISONERS AND PAROLEES

§2.68
Prisoners transferred pursuant to treaty.
§2.69
[Reserved]
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Subpart C—DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA CODE: PRISONERS AND PAROLEES

§2.70
Authority and functions of the U.S. Parole Commission with respect to District of Columbia Code offenders.
§2.71
Application for parole.
§2.72
Hearing procedure.
§2.73
Parole suitability criteria.
§2.74
Decision of the Commission.
§2.75
Reconsideration proceedings.
§2.76
Reduction in minimum sentence.
§2.77
Medical parole.
§2.78
Geriatric parole.
§2.79
Good time forfeiture.
§2.80
Guidelines for D.C. Code offenders.
§2.81
Reparole decisions.
§2.82
Effective date of parole.
§2.83
Release planning.
§2.84
Release to other jurisdictions.
§2.85
Conditions of release.
§2.86
Release on parole; rescission for misconduct.
§2.87
Mandatory release.
§2.88
Confidentiality of parole records.
§2.89
Miscellaneous provisions.
§2.90
Prior orders of the Board of Parole.
§2.91
Supervision responsibility.
§2.92
Jurisdiction of the Commission.
§2.93
Travel approval.
§2.94
Supervision reports to Commission.
§2.95
Early termination from supervision.
§2.96
Order of early termination.
§2.97
Withdrawal of order of release.
§2.98
Summons to appear or warrant for retaking of parolee.
§2.99
Execution of warrant and service of summons.
§2.100
Warrant placed as detainer and dispositional review.
§2.101
Probable cause hearing and determination.
§2.102
Place of revocation hearing.
§2.103
Revocation hearing procedure.
§2.104
Issuance of subpoena for appearance of witnesses or production of documents.
§2.105
Revocation decisions.
§2.106
Youth Rehabilitation Act.
§2.107
Interstate Compact.
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Subpart D—DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA SUPERVISED RELEASEES

§2.200
Authority, jurisdiction, and functions of the U.S. Parole Commission with respect to offenders serving terms of supervised release imposed by the Superior Court of the District of Columbia.
§2.201
Period of supervised release.
§2.202
Prerelease procedures.
§2.203
Certificate of supervised release.
§2.204
Conditions of supervised release.
§2.205
Confidentiality of supervised release records.
§2.206
Travel approval and transfers of supervision.
§2.207
Supervision reports to Commission.
§2.208
Termination of a term of supervised release.
§2.209
Order of termination.
§2.210
Extension of term.
§2.211
Summons to appear or warrant for retaking releasee.
§2.212
Execution of warrant and service of summons.
§2.213
Warrant placed as detainer and dispositional review.
§2.214
Probable cause hearing and determination.
§2.215
Place of revocation hearing.
§2.216
Revocation hearing procedure.
§2.217
Issuance of subpoena for appearance of witnesses or production of documents.
§2.218
Revocation decisions.
§2.219
Maximum terms of imprisonment and supervised release.
§2.220
Appeal.


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