Texas Administrative Code
|TITLE 37||PUBLIC SAFETY AND CORRECTIONS|
|PART 5||TEXAS BOARD OF PARDONS AND PAROLES|
|CHAPTER 143||EXECUTIVE CLEMENCY|
|SUBCHAPTER B||CONDITIONAL PARDON|
A conditional pardon is a form of executive clemency which, upon application, may be recommended by the Board to the Governor, except in cases of treason or impeachment, and if granted, serves to release a person from the conditions of his or her sentence and/or any disabilities imposed by law thereby, subject to the conditions contained in the clemency proclamation. A person released pursuant to the terms of a conditional pardon is considered for the purposes of revocation thereof to be a releasee, §141.111 of this title (relating to Definitions), and all such revocation proceedings are governed by the sections for revocation of release, §§146.3 - 146.12 of this title (relating to Revocation of Parole or Mandatory Supervision).
|Source Note: The provisions of this §143.21 adopted to be effective January 1, 1976; amended to be effective December 30, 1980, 5 TexReg 4956; amended to be effective February 18, 2009, 34 TexReg 1095; amended to be effective November 9, 2014, 39 TexReg 8598; amended to be effective May 9, 2018, 43 TexReg 2795|