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Consideration for persons serving parole-eligible and parole-ineligible sentences.
F.S. 947.168
947.168 Consideration for persons serving parole-eligible and parole-ineligible sentences.
(1) A person serving a parole-eligible sentence who subsequently receives a parole-ineligible sentence shall be considered for parole on the parole-eligible sentence.
(2) A grant of parole on the parole-eligible sentence shall result in the initiation of service of the parole-ineligible sentence, which shall continue until expiration of sentence, expiration of sentence as reduced by accumulated gain-time, or an executive order granting clemency.
(3) Actual terms of parole service shall not be initiated until the satisfactory completion of the parole-ineligible sentence and subsequent review by the commission as provided in subsection (4).
(4) Following completion of the parole-ineligible sentence, the commission shall reinterview the offender and consider any new information provided by the Department of Corrections. Upon an affirmative vote by the commission, the offender shall be released on parole and required to meet any conditions set by the commission pursuant to s. 947.19.
History.s. 38, ch. 86-183; s. 17, ch. 89-531; s. 20, ch. 90-337; s. 2, ch. 91-239; s. 1, ch. 93-2; s. 32, ch. 97-194.