The Terms Of Hevesi’s Release
As first reported by The Daily News this reporting, disgraced former Comptroller Alan Hevesi is being paroled after serving 19 months of a four-year prison sentence for his role in a massive pay-to-play pension fund scandal.
This morning, the state Department of Correction and Community Supervision confirmed that Hevesi, a 72-year-old Democrat, is being paroled by Dec. 19 of this year.
The department also released the terms of Hevesi’s parole, which lasts through April 2015.
Hevesi, otherwise known as prisoner 11-R-1334, must report within 24 hours of his release to his parole officer and promptly reply to any questions from the officer.
He cannot leave New York state without permission.
Hevesi cannot take illegal drugs or own a firearm. For any controlled substance, Hevesi must have a proper medical explanation.
He also cannot communicate or contact his co-conspirators in the scandal, including Hank Morris, David Loglisci and Elliot Broidy.
Hevesi, 72, was elected comptroler in 2002 and resigned in 2006 in an unrelated scandal after he came under pressure for misusing his state driver for personal uses.
He was sentenced in April 2011 to one to four years in Oneida County’s Mid-State Correctional Facility.
The full terms of Hevesi’s parole is after the jump.
1. I will proceed directly to the area to which I have been released and, within twenty-four hours of my release, make my arrival report to that office of the Division of Parole unless other instructions are designated on my release agreement.
2. I will make office and/or written reports as directed.
3. I will not leave the State of New York or any other state to which I am released or transferred, or any area defined in writing by my Parole Officer without permission.
4. I will permit my Parole Officer to visit me at my residence and/or place of employment and I will permit the search and inspection of my person, residence, d property. I will discuss any proposed changes in my residence, employment, or program status with my Parole Officer. I understand that I have an immediate and continuing duty to notify my Parole Officer of any changes in my residence, employment, or program status when circumstances beyond my control make prior discussion impossible.
5. I will reply promptly, fully, and truthfully to any inquiry of, or communication by my Parole Officer or other representative of the Division of Parole.
6. I will notify my Parole Officer immediately any time I am in contact with, or arrested by, any law enforcement agency. I understand that I have a continuing duty to notify my Parole Officer of such contact or arrest.
7. I will not be in the company of, or fraternize with any person I know to have a criminal record or whom I know to have been adjudicated a Youthful Offender, except for accidental encounters in public places, work, school, or in any other instance with the permission of my Parole Officer.
8. I will not behave in such manner as to violate the provisions of any law to which I am subject, which provides for a penalty of imprisonment, nor will my behavior threaten the safety or well-being of myself or others.
9. I will not own, possess, or purchase any shotgun, rifle, or firearm of any type without the written permission of my Parole Officer. I will not own, possess, or purchase any deadly weapon as defined in the Penal Law or any dangerous knife, dirk, razor, stiletto, or imitation pistol. In addition, I will not own, possess or purchase any instrument readily capable of causing physical injury without a satisfactory explanation for ownership, possession or purchase.
10. In the event that I leave the jurisdiction of the State of New York, I hereby waive my right to resist extradition to the State of New York from any state in the Union and from any territory or country outside the United States. This waiver shall be in full force and effect until I am discharged from Parole or Conditional Release. I fully understand that I have the right under the Constitution of the United States and under law to contest any effort to extradite me from another state and return me to New York, and I freely and knowingly waive this right as a condition of my Parole or Conditional Release.
11. I will not use or possess any drug paraphernalia or use or possess any controlled substance without proper medical authorization.
12. Special Conditions: (as specified by the Board of Parole, Parole Officer or other authorized representative).
13. I will fully comply with the instructions of my Parole Officer and obey such special additional written conditions as he/she, a member of the Board of Parole, or an authorized representative of the Division of Parole, may impose.
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