Texas Administrative Code
|TITLE 37||PUBLIC SAFETY AND CORRECTIONS|
|PART 5||TEXAS BOARD OF PARDONS AND PAROLES|
|CHAPTER 143||EXECUTIVE CLEMENCY|
|SUBCHAPTER B||CONDITIONAL PARDON|
A conditional pardon is a form of executive clemency which, upon request, may be recommended by the board to the governor, except in cases of treason or impeachment, and if granted, serves to release the grantee from the conditions of his or her sentence and/or any disabilities imposed by law thereby, subject to the conditions contained in the clemency proclamation. A person released pursuant to the terms of a conditional pardon is considered for the purposes of revocation thereof to be an administrative releasee, §141.111 of this title (relating to Definitions), and all such revocation proceedings are governed by the sections for revocation of administrative release, §§146.3 - 146.12 of this title (relating to Revocation of Parole or Mandatory Supervision).
|Source Note: The provisions of this §143.21 adopted to be effective January 1, 1976; amended to be effective December 30, 1980, 5 TexReg 4956; amended to be effective February 18, 2009, 34 TexReg 1095|
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