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parole

(pərōl`), in criminal law, release from prison of a convict before the expiration of his term on condition that his activities be restricted and that he report regularly to an officer. The convict generally remains under sentence, and the restrictions (as of residence, occupation, type of associates) and the supervision are intended to prevent a relapse into crime. Any violation of parole may result in return to imprisonment. The procedure of parole is regulated by statute in the jurisdictions of the United States. It is less often administered directly by the executive than it is by a board or officer with the power to release a convict after he has served the minimum of an indeterminate sentencesentence,
in criminal law, punishment that a court orders, imposed on a person convicted of criminal activity. Sentences typically consist of fines, corporal punishment, imprisonment for varying periods including life, or capital punishment, and sometimes combine two or more
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. Parole is designed to give the prisoner a chance to readjust and to expedite the process of rehabilitation. In military law, a parole is the promise by a prisoner of war on being released from confinement that he will remain in a stipulated place, not attempt to escape, and not take up arms again in the current hostilities against the forces that captured him.

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See studies by G. Cavender (1982) and H. E. Allen (1985).

parole

see LANGUE AND PAROLE.

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the conditional release from punishment of convicted offenders before they have served the entire sentence set by the court. Under Soviet law, parole may be applied to persons sentenced to exile, banishment, deprivation of freedom, or correctional labor without deprivation of freedom. It may also be applied to persons serving conditional sentences of deprivation of freedom with certain obligatory work, to military personnel assigned to disciplinary battalions, and to persons conditionally released from deprivation of freedom with obligatory work on the condition that the convicted persons have shown by exemplary behavior and an honest attitude toward work that they have reformed. As a rule, parole may be applied only after half, two-thirds, or three-fourths of the term of punishment has been served. It is not applicable to particularly dangerous recidivists, persons convicted of especially dangerous crimes against the state, or persons convicted of intentional homicide with aggravating circumstances; neither can parole be applied in several other cases provided by law.

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always at his duties and one could trust him anywhere under any circumstances." He offered to be his sponsor and employer if paroled. (47) In 1940 the clerk of the Superior Court saw fir to sign an affidavit claiming that Ben S, a black, convicted of manslaughter and sentenced to 18 to 20 years in 1936 was, on the evidence, not intending to shoot the deceased.
The Prison Commission may have acted to ensure that only 'deserving' cases were paroled, but a number of factors weighed on their mind when it came to making such an assessment.
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All third-party correspondence is particularly important to the service boards because the board members are unfamiliar with the communities into which an offender will be paroled. The quantity and persuasiveness of adverse comment, especially in a notorious case, signal potential hurdles for a parolee to work and live successfully in a particular community.
Of course, if an inmate is paroled, the personal characteristics of a typical military inmate significantly contributes to the success of the treatment programs, counseling, re-entry plans, parole supervision and, ultimately, his or her successful return to society as a responsible citizen.
When Charles Rothenberg was paroled in 1990 after serving seven years for the notorious attempted murder of his son, 24-hour surveillance by parole agents was supplemented by an electronic monitoring system.
This is a central focus of the PCSD, because local law enforcement requires up-to-date, readily accessible information on felons paroled to their jurisdictions.