Paul Condino served two terms in the Michigan House of Representatives, and now works on video parole hearings. (Dale G. Young / The Detroit News)
Lansing -- Gov. Jennifer Granholm in 2009 increased the parole board membership from 10 to 15 full-time, non-civil service employees to be appointed by the governor instead of the Michigan Department of Corrections.
The new board also was renamed the Parole and Commutation Board. Its members are paid $88,899 annually (the board chairperson, $97,901). The current board consists of: