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It really just depends on the qualifying criteria of the Insurer who would issue the bond, but in most cases for an active parolee, the answer will be No.

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Q: Can a California state parolee be bonded?
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Certainly, but your rights as a parolee are limited, as you are still techincally a prisoner of the state.

Is it a crime for a ny state parolee to consort with a known felon?

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Can a person earn an income legally as a handyman in the state of California?

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Are parolee allow to leave the state of Texas?

I believe so with permission from their parole officer.

How do you get bonded in the state of South Carolina?

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Does a parolee have to pay a parole officer?

No, the parolee does not pay the parole officer, but the parolee does pay parole fees to the parole office.

How long do they have to determine if they are going to violate a parole?

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Do moving companies have to be bonded?

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Can a parole officer regulate the parolee children?

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