Authority: Section 508.046, Government Code (formerly SB 45, 74th Legislature) (Two-Thirds Majority Vote Required).
FI-1: Release when eligible. All conditions attached therewith apply.
FI-4R: Transfer to a TOCJ rehabilitation program (SOEP), then release to parole only after program completion and no earlier than 4 months from a specified date.
FI-9R (M/Y): Transfer to a TOCJ rehabilitation program (SOTP-9) then release to parole only after program completion and not earlier than nine months from specified date.
FI-18R (M/Y): Transfer to a TDCJ rehabilitation treatment program (SOTP-18) then release to parole only after program completion and not earlier than 18 months from the specified date. Place sex offenders into eighteen months of treatment prior to release. In no event shall the specified date be set more than three years from the current panel decision date.
NR (M/Y): Deny favorable parole action and set for review in three years.
SA: Deny parole with no regular subsequent reviews. Offender must serve balance of sentence.
HB 1433 CASES - DISCRETIONARY MANDATORY SUPERVISION VOTING OPTIONS
DMS: Deny release to Mandatory Supervision and set for review on a future specific month and year (setoff) one year from the date of the panel decision.
Note: A parole panel that votes DMS must determine that the offender's accrued good conduct time is not an accurate reflection of the offender's potential for rehabilitation AND that the offender's release would endanger the public. The panel specifies the above reasons in written form on the minute sheet.
RMS: Release to Mandatory Supervision. Offender will be scheduled for release on minimum expiration (or projected release) date.