This rule was published in the October 15, 2015, issue (Vol. 2015, No. 20) of the Utah State Bulletin.
R671. Pardons (Board of),
The Board shall consider restitution in all cases where
restitution has been ordered by the court, when requested by the
Department of Corrections or other criminal justice agencies, or
other appropriate cases.
The Board may originate orders of restitution on any
crime(s) of commitment in accordance with UCA
The Board shall affirm court-ordered restitution in
accordance with UCA 77-38a-302.
The Board may consider ordering restitution in the
A. When ordered by or as part of a disciplinary
proceeding as a result of inappropriate behavior;
B. When requested by the Department of Corrections or
other criminal justice agency for the costs of extradition or
return to custody.
C. When requested by the Department of Corrections for
the costs of programs such as unpaid fees at community correction
centers, therapy or other service fees; and
D. When new information is made available that was not
available to the court at the time of sentencing or prior
The Board may conduct a restitution hearing to determine
the amount of restitution owed by an offender. The Board will
make a reasonable effort to inform both the offender and the
victim(s) of the hearing and will provide copies of rules and
investigative reports and other documentation. The offender and
the victim(s) shall have the right to be present at the hearing
and present evidence in their behalf.
KEY: restitution, government hearings,
Date of Enactment or Last Substantive Amendment: [
September 27, 2007]
Notice of Continuation: July 27, 2012
Authorizing, and Implemented or Interpreted Law:
77-27-5; 77-27-6; [
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