Braham v. Bierne

In Braham v. Bierne, 675 P.2d 1297, 1300 (Alaska App. 1984) the Court recognized that prisoners "who are released mandatorily under the good-time statute with greater than 180 days to serve under their sentences are released 'as if released on parole.'" Therefore, the Court held that the Board has the authority to set special conditions of parole for mandatory parolees, and that the Board may revoke the parole of mandatory parolees for violation of the special conditions.