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Old 01-10-2005, 02:38 PM
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Default commutation application

i was looking somewhere and i had heard that a putting a commutation application in the parole packet would be something to consider. One question here, where do i or my husband get a commutation application from. I look on the pardon and parole board website but could not find one. Does the prison have it so my husband can get one.

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Is this any help?? Don't know if it's what you are looking for?

Applicable Form of Executive Clemency: Commutation of Sentence

Eligibility: All inmates are eligible to apply. Inmates become eligible to apply for commutation of sentence at the same time they become eligible for parole. However, the Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board sometimes considers an inmate for a commutation earlier than his/her scheduled consideration date.

Application Process: Eligible inmates should request that their sentence be considered for commutation at their parole hearing, and follow any instructions given by the Board.

Inmates seeking early consideration of commutation (that is, earlier than the regularly scheduled date) must convince a majority of the five-member Board to vote in favor of early consideration. Each member of the Board maintains a post office box through which inmates can contact them by letter. An inmate should write a letter requesting early consideration and send a copy to each of the five Board members. No content guidelines have been established for the letters. Inmates are encouraged, along with basic information (name, inmate number, location, etc.), to include as much information as necessary to provide Board members with a complete history of the crime(s) involved and an understanding of the circumstances that warrant early consideration and commutation. Letters should be addressed to the following persons:

Mr. Patrick Morgan-Chair
P.O. Box 361
Arcadia, OK 73007

Mr. James M. Brown, Sr.
P.O. Box 1814
McAlestar, OK 74502

Ms. Susan B. Loving
P.O. Box 7320
Edmond, OK 73083

Ms. Susan Bussey
P.O. Box 636
Norman, OK 73070

Mr. Clinton Johnson
P.O. Box 18594
Oklahoma City, OK 73154

For more information on the Pardon and Parole Board click here.

When corresponding with Board members, please place the following information on the outside of the envelope and on the letter (Do not send registered mail):

Name and DOC Number
Docket Date (Month and Year)
Type of Docket (Parole/Special Review)

If a Board member takes an interest in an inmate's letter, they can contact the administrative office and request a Pre-docket Investigation Report which is a brief, official overview of the inmate, their crime, sentence length, and activity since being incarcerated. At a subsequent meeting of the Board, the member who initiated the request discusses the case with the rest of the Board. If early consideration is approved by a majority of the Board, the case is considered at the next available meeting thereafter.

Any questions should be directed to:

Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board
Attn: J.D. Daniels
4040 N. Lincoln, Suite 219
Oklahoma City, OK 73105-5221
Tel: (405) 427-8601 ext. 221
Fax: (405) 427-6648

Every effort has been made to make this information accurate and up-to-date. Errors are inevitable and changes occur frequently. We would appreciate learning of any errors or inaccuracies regarding any information on this Webpage as soon as possible. Please write to info@cjpf.org Last Updated: 12.09.03

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