A guide for professionals involved in oral hearings as part of the parole review process, outlining procedures, roles and responsibilities.
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What is involved in the Parole Board’s oral hearings, including:
what everyone involved in oral hearings is responsible for, including Parole Board members, the prisoner’s representative, witnesses and observers
procedures that must be followed for the oral hearing
things the Parole Board must consider in making its decisions, such as burdens of proof and tests for release
how to make sure everyone is treated fairly at the hearing
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