Title 42, Chapter 9, Section 43
(a) The board, in considering any case within its power, shall cause
to be brought before it all pertinent information on the person in
question. Included therein shall be:
(1) A report by the superintendent, warden, or jailer of the jail
or state or county correctional institution in which the person
has been confined upon the conduct of record of the person while
in such jail or state or county correctional institution;
(2) The results of such physical and mental examinations as may
have been made of the person;
(3) The extent to which the person appears to have responded to
the efforts made to improve his social attitude;
(4) The industrial record of the person while confined, the nature
of his occupations while so confined, and a recommendation as to
the kind of work he is best fitted to perform and at which he is
most likely to succeed when and if he is released; and
(5) The educational programs in which the person has participated
and the level of education which the person has attained based on
standardized reading tests.
The board may also make such other investigation as it may deem
necessary in order to be fully informed about the person.
(b) Before releasing any person on parole, the board may have the
person appear before it and may personally examine him. Thereafter,
upon consideration, the board shall make its findings and determine
whether or not the person shall be granted a pardon, parole, or
other relief within the power of the board; and the board shall
determine the terms and conditions thereof. Notice of the
determination shall be given to the person and to the correctional
official having him in custody.
(c) If a person is granted a pardon or a parole, the correctional
officials having the person in custody, upon notification thereof,
shall inform him of the terms and conditions thereof and shall, in
strict accordance therewith, release the person.