New Jersey Revised Statutes § 30:4-123.64 - Schedule Of Future Parole Eligibility Dates After Revocation Of Parole

30:4-123.64. Schedule of future parole eligibility dates after revocation of parole
a. The board shall develop a schedule of future parole eligibility dates for parole violators whose parole has been revoked pursuant to section 19 of this act. In developing such schedule particular emphasis shall be placed on the severity and circumstances of a parole violation and on the characteristics of the parole violator. The board shall establish special provisions for release of the parole violator to begin serving any new sentence, which emphasize the length of time remaining to be served on the prior sentence and the length of any new sentence.

b. No future parole eligibility date for a parole violator returned to custody for reasons other than new criminal charges shall be set more than 1 full year from the date of the parolee's return to custody.

c. Any parole violator ordered confined for commission of a crime while on parole shall serve at least 6 months or that portion of the custodial term remaining, whichever is less, before parole release.

d. Any period of confinement for parole violation shall be deemed to be a parole eligibility term for purposes of aggregation pursuant to subsection h. of section 7.

L.1979, c. 441, s. 20.

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