The primary question raised in this appeal is whether an appellant, who has served his sentence pursuant to the Sex Offender Act (SOA), N.J.S.A. 2C:47-1 to -10, can be compelled to undergo a psychological evaluation, pursuant to N.J.A.C. 10A:71-3.54(i)(3) and 10A:71-7.19A, for violation of certain conditions of parole supervision for life (PSL), and mandatory parole supervision (MPS), imposed outside the SOA.
The panel reverses the Board's decision in part, holding it cannot compel such an evaluation. Absent further comment by the Legislature, these regulations only apply to individuals who have been released on parole before completing their sentence.