House Arrest

When a person is imprisoned can house arrest be granted on an appeal?

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2006-01-28 21:11:00
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It is not possible for sentencing terms to be amended w/o a new trial being held or the person is deemed eligible for parole and house arrest is mandated terms. The case itself may be subject for appeal, that would be determined by the applicable circumstances.

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