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Synonyms for parole

a promise

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a secret word or phrase known only to a restricted group

(law) a conditional release from imprisonment that entitles the person to serve the remainder of the sentence outside the prison as long as the terms of release are complied with

release a criminal from detention and place him on parole

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A Memorandum of Understanding between the two parties will see parolees and probationers not only teaching communities how to farm in a sustainable way but also providing training in conservation agriculture.
becoming increasingly necessary not only to protect heterodox parolees,
In contrast to the first study, the odds of technical and nontechnical violations were greater among the parolees on GPS supervision.
23) Finally, Section V will conclude the argument by advocating for nationwide exposure and implementation of reentry courts for parolees around the country with a greater emphasis on therapeutic jurisprudence.
The bill specifically wants random drug testing to prisoners, parolees and probationers every six months "to ensure that they are free from the use of dangerous drugs.
The list of 12 Most Wanted parolees wanted for violating parole includes Jonathan Waddell, listed as being affiliated with the Maniac Latin Disciples gang, whose last known address was 14 Nelson St.
Some law enforcement officials expressed particular concern about a provision that will reclassify 7,720 county parolees from supervised to nonsupervised status - allowing gang members to rejoin gangs and parolees to move wherever they want.
22) California's parole population has increased tenfold since 1980, and today nearly one in every five parolees in the nation lives in California.
About two-thirds of parolees are rearrested within three years of release, and 40% are reincarcerated (Langan & Levin, 2002).
Parole officers visit parolees in their home settings from time to time and this was her first visit to the man.
New York's community-based Bodega de la Familia works with the state parole division to help families deal with parolees and their supervising officers.
In a case of "Not Welcome Here," the American Association of Retired Persons in Illinois is up in arms over the fact that recent parolees are sometimes placed in nursing homes, side by side with vulnerable elderly residents.
Family Justice, through its storefront service, La Bodega de la Familia, is a non-profit organization that helps Lower East Side parolees through the reintegration process by using a unique family case management approach that calls upon the resources of families and community partners.
A parolee brought an action under [section] 1983 alleging that a state parole agent and police officers violated his constitutional rights by searching his residence.