AnswerIt depends on what state your in and the bonding company.california
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Certainly, but your rights as a parolee are limited, as you are still techincally a prisoner of the state.
It is a violation of parole stipulations for a parolee to consort with known or not commonly known felons in every state. It is not a violation of law, so is not a crime. It would still result in a technical rules violation that would likely get the parolee returned to prison.
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Yes, Of course.
I believe so with permission from their parole officer.
In all states a parolee who violates parole must be reviewed within a certain amount of time. This time varies state to state from 30 to as much as 120 days. It would depend on the state in which the parole is granted and the parolee resides.
No, the parolee does not pay the parole officer, but the parolee does pay parole fees to the parole office.
to get bonded to post bail for people in sc
A parole hold is generally the authorization to detain a person suspected of violating condition(s) of their parole. Parole holds are governed by federal and state laws, which vary by state. For example, under California laws, a parole officer can impose a hold if the officer concludes that there is reasonable cause to believe the parolee has violated a condition of his parole and is a danger to himself, a danger to the person or property of another, or may abscond. A parole hold authorizes the detention of a parolee charged with an alleged parole violation pending a parole revocation hearing. The parole officer is not required to obtain an arrest warrant prior to placing the hold and taking the parolee into custody. Within seven days after detention pursuant to the parole hold, the parolee must be notified of the reasons for the hold.
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No, a parolee has limited privacy from anyone as long as he is on parole.
if they are going out of state
It all depends on what state your in, what your conditions of parole are & what happened leading up to the alleged assault.
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It is already determined in the sentence. When the sentence expires then the parolee is discharged.
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