Or. Admin. R. 255-062-0021 - Request for Interim Hearing
(1) When the Board defers the inmate's next hearing for more than two years from the date a petition is denied or from the current projected parole release date, current parole consideration date, or current parole hearing date, the inmate may submit a request for an interim hearing not earlier than the date that is two years from the date the petition is denied or from the current projected parole release date, current parole consideration date, or current parole hearing date, and at intervals of not less than two years thereafter. The inmate bears the burden of producing evidence sufficient to convince the Board that an interim hearing is warranted.
(2) Such petitions must conform to the following format:
(a) Petitions must be created by any process that makes a clear, legible, black or dark blue image, written on standard 8 ?" x 11" white or light blue paper, with margins of at least 1" on each side. Handwritten petitions will be accepted, although typed documents are preferred. All writing shall be legible and capable of being read without difficulty.
(b) In no more than one page, a summary outlining how the inmate qualifies for an interim hearing.
(c) From the date of the last hearing to the petition date, a current copy of the following documents:
(A) Oregon Corrections Plan;
(B) Earned time computation form;
(C) Spending Account;
(D) Disciplinary Reports, if any.
(d) In no more than 10 pages, any supporting facts, information or documents relevant to the criteria outlined in OAR 255-062-0016, or other factors specific to how the inmate has demonstrated a significant change or progress toward rehabilitation; the inmate may should list certificates earned and dates of programs completed instead of submitting copies of certificates.
(e) Although reference to rules, codes, or laws may be appropriate, the Board will not accept or consider additional pages or exhibits including copies of codebooks, manuals, other manuscripts, certificates, news articles, legal opinions, or other materials not directly related to the inmate's reformation.
(f) If the petition does not conform to the format rules above, the petition will be denied.
(3) The Board shall consider the request for an interim hearing by file pass.
(4) At its discretion, the Board may request additional information from the inmate.
(5) If a petition is denied, the inmate may petition again no earlier than two years from the date of the denial.
Stat. Auth.: ORS 144.228, 144.232, 163.105, 163.115 & 2009 OL Ch. 660
Stats. Implemented: ORS 144.228, 144.232, 163.105, 163.115 & 2009 OL Ch. 660
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