Title 28: Public Institutions and Corrections
Chapter 7: PAROLE
28 V.S.A. § 502c. Parole agreement
§ 502c. Parole agreement
(a) When an inmate is paroled the parole board shall issue a parole agreement, which shall set forth the name of the inmate paroled, the crime the inmate was convicted of, the date and place of trial, the sentence, and the terms and conditions of the parole. A copy of the parole agreement shall be furnished to the parolee and the commissioner.
(b) The parole agreement shall not become effective until it is signed by the inmate. The parole board may withdraw the granting of parole at any time before the parole agreement is signed by the inmate. After the parole agreement is signed by the parolee, parole can only be revoked in accordance with subchapter 4 of this chapter.
(c) A copy of the parole agreement shall be full authority for the commissioner to exercise all supervision and control over the parolee prescribed by law, and shall be sufficient warrant for the detention of the parolee as provided in subdivision 403(2) of this title. (Added 1997, No. 148 (Adj. Sess.), § 61, eff. April 29, 1998.)