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Article - Criminal Procedure




§11–505.

    (a)    This section applies to a victim or victim’s representative who:

        (1)    has made a written request to the Department for notification under § 7–801(b)(1)(ii) of the Correctional Services Article; or

        (2)    has filed a notification request form under § 11–104 of this title.

    (b)    (1)    If a parole release hearing is scheduled for an inmate who has been convicted of and sentenced for a crime, the victim or victim’s representative has the rights provided under § 7–801 of the Correctional Services Article.

        (2)    At a parole release hearing, a victim or victim’s representative has the rights provided under § 7–304 of the Correctional Services Article.

    (c)    (1)    Whenever a person who was convicted of a crime is found in violation of a condition of parole, the Department shall notify the victim or victim’s representative as provided under § 7–804 of the Correctional Services Article.

        (2)    Whenever a warrant or subpoena is issued for a person who was convicted of a crime for an alleged violation of a condition of parole, the Department shall notify the victim or victim’s representative as provided under § 7–804 of the Correctional Services Article.

    (d)    Whenever a person who is sentenced is considered for a commutation, pardon, or remission of sentence:

        (1)    the Department shall notify the victim or victim’s representative as provided under § 7–805(a) and (e) of the Correctional Services Article; and

        (2)    a victim or victim’s representative has the additional rights regarding submission and consideration of a victim impact statement provided under § 7–805(b) and (c) of the Correctional Services Article.

    (e)    (1)    Whenever a person convicted of a crime is found in violation of a condition of mandatory supervision, the Department shall notify the victim or victim’s representative as provided under § 7–505(b) of the Correctional Services Article.

        (2)    Whenever a warrant or subpoena is issued for a person convicted of a crime for an alleged violation of a condition of mandatory supervision, the Department shall notify the victim or victim’s representative as provided under § 7–804 of the Correctional Services Article.

    (f)    Before entering into a predetermined parole release agreement with an inmate, the Maryland Parole Commission shall notify the victim or victim’s representative as provided under § 7–803 of the Correctional Services Article.