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Commission Hearing Schedule

Due to circumstances beyond the Commission’s control, all hearing dates and times are subject to change. Changes to the schedule will be updated on this page.


The Commission of Pardons and Parole has been monitoring the COVID-19 outbreak and modifying hearing processes accordingly. On March 18th, Governor Little issued a proclamation stating that for the duration of the emergency declaration related to COVID-19, the portion of the Open Meetings Act that requires public agencies to have a physical location for public meetings is suspended. All other requirements remain in place, including providing the public with the ability to attend public meetings by telecommunication devices. The public’s ability to safely attend hearings during the COVID outbreak is of utmost importance to the Commission. With that in mind, the Commission is implementing the following processes-

Beginning Monday, May 11th

  • Commission hearings will be streamed exclusively via WebEx. You can access WebEx with these options:
  • Opportunities for testimony via WebEx will remain the same:
    • To testify, you must give at least 5 days notice to the Commission by emailing or calling 208-334-2520.
    • One Victim or Victim Representative will be allowed to testify at the end of the hearing
    • One Attorney will be allowed to testify at the end of the hearing
    • One Inmate Family Member or Supporter, who has already given advance notice to the Commission, will be allowed to testify at the beginning of the hearing. Please use the name you provided to us when you log into WebEx so we are able to identify you.
  • A Commission staff member will keep a list of those who asked to testify at least 5 days in advance.
  • The Commission will call on those people when it is their turn to testify, you will be muted by Commission staff until it is your designated time to testify to minimize background noise.
  • Please maintain appropriate dress and conduct while on video. If your behavior is disruptive or inappropriate you may be removed from the meeting by Commission staff.
  • The public will be placed on hold while the Commission deliberates during executive session. The WebEx session will resume when executive session is over.
  • To avoid the public waiting for their hearing on WebEx for a lengthy period of time, the hearing order is posted below. When hearings are completed the inmate’s name will be struck through by Commission staff.

WebEx Hearing information:

Meeting number (access code): 146 113 6089

Meeting password: Pcbh8bmfb28

Monday, June 8, 2020 Hearings Order

  IDOC # Name
1. 110810 Campbell, Sid
2. 108571 Dains, Ridge
3. 120268 Francke, Phillip
4. 77769 Soto, Roger
5. 122245 Bailey, Austin
6. 85877 Bedke, Gregg
7. 75102 Claxton, Chad
8. 60033 Garza, Juan
9. 127378 Lucas, Luke
10. 118883 McEntarfer, Eric
11. 91865 Powell, Sammy
12. 92370 Stone, Kevan
13. 118720 Wahlgren, David
14. 125618 Williams, Jorell
15. 34141 DeVaul, John
16. 68033 Gonzales, Justin
17. 93908 Ballesteros, Roberto
18. 85557 Gillock, Michael
19. 61363 Lee, David
20. 84016 Lossi, Jorge
The 2020 Commission Hearing schedules will be posted on the following days, by the end of business.  Click on the month and year link to review a copy of that month’s hearing schedule:
  • January 2020 -12/27/2019
  • February 2020 -01/27/2020
  • April 2020 -04/02/2020
  • May 2020 -05/04/2020
  • June 2020 -06/01/2020
  • July 2020 -06/26/2020
  • August 2020 -08/03/2020
  • September 2020 -08/31/2020
  • October 2020 -09/28/2020
  • November 2020 -10/26/2020
  • December 2020 -11/30/2020
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