Notice of intention to apply for pardon, commutation or remission
- • proof of service
(1) When an application for a pardon, commutation or remission is made to the Governor, a copy of the application, signed by the person applying and stating fully the grounds of the application, shall be served upon:
(a) The district attorney of the county where the conviction was had;
(b) If the person applying is housed in a correctional facility within the State of Oregon, the district attorney of the county in which the correctional facility is located;
(c) The State Board of Parole and Post-Prison Supervision; and
(d) The Director of the Department of Corrections.
(2) Proof by affidavit of the service shall be presented to the Governor.
(3) Upon receiving a copy of the application for pardon, commutation or remission, any person or agency named in subsection (1) of this section shall provide to the Governor as soon as practicable such information and records relating to the case as the Governor may request and shall provide further information and records relating to the case that the person or agency considers relevant to the issue of pardon, commutation or remission, including but not limited to:
(a) Statements by the victim of the crime or any member of the victim’s immediate family, as defined in ORS 163.730 (Definitions for ORS 30.866 and 163.730 to 163.750);
(b) A statement by the district attorney of the county where the conviction was had; and
(c) Photos of the victim and the autopsy report, if applicable.
(4) Following receipt by the Governor of an application for pardon, commutation or remission, the Governor shall not grant the application for at least 30 days. Upon the expiration of 180 days, if the Governor has not granted the pardon, commutation or remission applied for, the application shall lapse. Any further proceedings for pardon, commutation or remission in the case shall be pursuant only to further application and notice. [Formerly 143.040; 1983 c.776 §1; 1987 c.320 §79; 1995 c.805 §1]
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