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Georgia State Code
Title      42
Chapter       9  
Section Navigation     1 ... 10         11 ... 20    
    20.1 ... 43         44 ... 50    
    51 ... 60         70 ... 71      
Section<<< 20.1 21 21.1 22 39 40 41 42 42.1 43 >>>  
Title 42, Chapter 9, Section 41 (42-9-41)

(a) It shall be the duty of the board to obtain and place in its permanent records information as complete as may be practicable on every person who may become subject to any relief which may be within the power of the board to grant. The information shall be obtained as soon as possible after imposition of the sentence and shall include:

(1) A complete statement of the crime for which the person is sentenced, the circumstances of the crime, and the nature of the person's sentence;

(2) The court in which the person was sentenced;

(3) The term of his sentence;

(4) The name of the presiding judge, the prosecuting officers, the investigating officers, and the attorney for the person convicted;

(5) A copy of presentence investigation and any previous court record;

(6) A fingerprint record;

(7) A copy of all probation reports which may have been made; and

(8) Any social, physical, mental, or criminal record of the person.

(b) The board in its discretion may also obtain and place in its permanent records similar information on each person who may be placed on probation. The board shall immediately examine such records and any other records obtained and make such other investigation as it may deem necessary. It shall be the duty of the court and of all probation officers and other appropriate officers to furnish to the board, upon its request, such information as may be in their possession or under their control. The Department of Human Resources and all other state, county, and city agencies, all sheriffs and their deputies, and all peace officers shall cooperate with the board and shall aid and assist it in the performance of its duties. The board may make such rules as to the privacy or privilege of such information and as to its use by persons other than the board and its staff as may be deemed expedient in the performance of its duties.

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