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Purpose: Policy for payment of fees to attorneys appointed by Board as counsel under OAR 355-032.
Authority: ORS 144.120, 163.105, 163.115 & 183.415 Policy: If an adult in custody is without sufficient funds to employ an attorney for a hearing under Oregon Administrative Rule 255-032, the Board shall appoint legal
counsel. The Board will pay a flat fee of $1,800 per case. The attorney shall send the Board an invoice within 30 days of the hearing.
Policy Title: Attorney fees for appointed counsel. Version Number: 3.0 Effective Date: 11/05/2019
Purpose: Policy for payment of fees to attorneys appointed by Board as counsel under Exhibit R of OAR 255-075-0073: "Return to DOC for a Period of Greater than 12 months". Policy: If a person is without sufficient funds to employ an attorney for a hearing under Exhibit R, the Board shall appoint legal counsel. The Board will pay a flat fee of $750 per case. The attorney shall send the Board an invoice within 30 days of the hearing. Policy Title: Attorney fees for appointed counsel under Exhibit R. Version Number: 2.0 Effective Date: 12/17/2019
The Board's authority to release adults in custody (AIC) is limited. The Board does not have the authority to consider Early Medical Release for the following population:
The Board may advance the release date of an AIC, if it is in the best interest of the AIC and society, and the AIC is:
(a) Suffering from a severe medical condition including terminal illness; or
(b) Elderly and permanently incapacitated in such a manner that the prisoner is unable to move from place to place without the assistance of another person
The process can take several weeks to several months. The Board of Parole is unlikely to release anyone who does not have a safe placement in the community secured prior to release. Reviewing medical documentation and getting feedback from DOC also takes time. For more frequently asked questions on this process please click here
Oregon Revised Statutes - Current
(The 2019 Edition will be available early 2020.)
ORS Chapter 144: 1999-2015
ORS Chapter 144: 1953-1997 Archives
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