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Set Off Rules Effective January 2004
Based On SB 917

PARA VISIÓN ESTA PÁGINA EN ESPAÑOL - CHASQUE AQUÍ

 

Effective January 1, 2004, based on SB 917, Offenders NOT eligible for mandatory or discretionary mandatory supervision serving time for offenses listed in
Texas Government Code Section 508.149(a) will at the Parole Board’s Discretion be eligible for a form of parole approval or up to a
FIVE year set off when reviewed for parole. These crimes include the following:

Capital Murder
Aggravated Kidnapping
Aggravated Sexual Assault
Aggravated Robbery
Any Offense with an Affirmative Finding of a Deadly Weapon
Aggravated Assault, 1st & 2nd Degree
Murder, 1st Degree & 2nd Degree
Sexual Assault, 2nd Degree
Injury to a Child or Elderly, 1st Degree
Arson, 1st Degree
Robbery, 2nd Degree
Burglary, 1st Degree
A Felony Increase Under the Health and Safety Code (In a Drug-Free Zone)
Injury to a Disabled Person
Indecency with a Child, 2nd and 3rd Degree

Offenders eligible for mandatory and discretionary mandatory supervision serving time for offenses NOT listed in Texas Government Code Section 508.149(a) will either receive a form of parole approval or up to a one year set off when reviewed for parole. These crimes include but at not limited to the following common examples:

Abuse of Official Capacity
Aggregation
Aggregated Theft
Arson (non 1st Degree)
Assault
Bail Jumping
Burglary (non 1st Degree)
Burglary of Vehicle
Credit Card or Debit Card Abuse
Criminal Attempt
Criminal Conspiracy
Criminal Mischief
Criminal Nonsupport
Criminal Solicitation
Criminal Trespass
Criminally Negligent Homicide
Deadly Conduct
Deadly Weapon in Penal Institution
Deferred Adjudication Probation (Depends on Original Probation Crime)
Disorderly Conduct
Driving While Intoxicated
Engaging in Organized Criminal Activity
Escape
Evading Arrest
Failure to Appear
Failure to Identify
Failure to Stop
Forgery
Fraud
Insurance Fraud
Intoxication Assault
Intoxication Manslaughter
Kidnapping
Manslaughter
Misapplication of Fiduciary Property or Property of a Financial Institution
Money Laundering
Obstruction or Retaliation
Parole Violation (Depends on the Original Crime)
Perjury
Prescription Drug Fraud
Probation Violation (Depends on the Original Crime)
Public Intoxication
Resisting Arrest
Riot
Robbery
Stealing or Receiving Stolen Checks
Tampering With Government Records
Terroristic Threat
Theft
Theft by Check
Theft of Service
Theft of Trade Secrets
Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle
Unlawful Possession by a Felon
Unlawful Possession of a Firearm
Unlawful Restraint
Violation of a Protective Order




OTHER PAGES IN FREE PAROLE ADVICE SECTION

Rule 145.2 And Some of My Rule 145.2 Comments - TDCJ Regional Parole Board Offices And the Units They Vote - Bible Correspondence Courses Available at No Charge - Unit Interview Advice for Your Loved One - Texas Department of Criminal Justice Prison Names and Telephone Numbers - Texas Department of Criminal Justice Prison Directory - Texas County Jail Telephone Directory (A - Dallum) - Texas County Jail Telephone Directory (Dallas - Hardin) Texas County Jail Telephone Directory (Harris - McCulloch) Texas County Jail Telephone Directory (McLennan - Swisher) - Texas County Jail Telephone Directory (Tarrant - Zavala) - Result Possibilities - Reasons For Result - Set Off Rules Effective January 2004 Based On SB 917

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