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A. If the victim has made a request for post-conviction notice, the director of the state department of corrections shall mail to the victim the following information about a prisoner in the custody of the department of corrections:
1. Within thirty days after the request, notice of the earliest release date of the prisoner if his sentence exceeds six months.
2. At least fifteen days before the prisoner's release, notice of the release.
3. Within fifteen days after the prisoner's death, notice of the death.
B. If the victim has made a request for post-conviction notice, the sheriff having custody of the prisoner shall mail to the victim notice of release at least fifteen days before the prisoner's release or notice of death within fifteen days after the prisoner's death.