Frequently Asked Questions
CERTIFICATE OF ABSOLUTE DISCHARGE
For Dates of Offense before 1- 1 -94
1. The Board of Executive Clemency can: a. Consider inmates for an Absolute Discharge when the criteria for Parole Eligibility has been met per A.R.S.Â§41-1601.10 and Â§31-412. Certificate will be given upon release from custody.
b. Grant an Absolute Discharge from parole supervision upon receiving a request from the Parole Officer per A.R. S. Â§3 1-414. Certificate will be sent to the Parole Officer within thirty (30) days of the hearing.
2. The Arizona Department of Corrections Can: a. Upon written request by the inmate be given a certificate upon completion of the sentence imposed by the court per A.R.S.Â§41-1604.09 Certificate mailed written ten (10) days of receipt.
b. Dates of offense between August 31, 1986 to December 31, 1993, a certificate is given on the Eared Release Credit Date when a term of probation has been imposed by the sentencing court per A.R. S. Â§41-1604.07D. The certificate will be forwarded to the County Probation Office.
For Dates of Offense on/after 1- 1-94
1. The Arizona Department of Corrections can: a. Upon written request by the inmate be given a certificate upon completion of the community supervision time per Arizona Revised Statute Â§41-1604.06. Certificate will be mailed within ten (10) days of receipt. b. Upon reaching the Earned Release Credit Date when the Community Supervision has been waived and a term of probation has been imposed by the court. The certificate will be forwarded to the County Probation Office.