New Hampshire Revised Statutes 651-A:11 - Notice Of Hearings
Current as of: 2009
I. At least 15 and not more than 30 days prior to any parole hearing, the adult parole board shall twice publish, in a newspaper of general circulation within the county where the offense occurred, a notice stating the intention of the person to seek parole. Said notice shall contain the name of the applicant and the date and location of the parole hearing.
II. At least 15 and not more than 30 days prior to any parole hearing, the adult parole board shall send by first class mail to each chief of police and county attorney of the place where the offense occurred, where the person resided prior to conviction, or where the person intends to reside after release, a copy of the information described in paragraph I.
II-a. At least 15 and not more than 30 days prior to any parole hearing, the adult parole board shall send a copy of the information described in paragraph I by first class mail to the victim of the person seeking parole, or to the next of kin of such victim if the victim has died, if request for such notice has been filed with the board. The victim or next of kin so requesting shall keep the board apprised of his current mailing address.
III. The adult parole board shall conduct no parole hearing without first having met the notice requirements of this section.
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