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The Parole officer is not very fourthcoming. the officer said it is what it is
and if he didn't like it move.
To me it seems like they Are trying to make it as difficult as possible.
my question is about the (GPS)
he's going to a gas station 19 miles one way. for the gps signal. he does not meet anyone there. The parole Officer told him in front of me that they had picked up the signal at my place. Are you saying a parol officer has the right to tell you to drive 19 miles for a signal when you get it at the place you are living.
This isn't a condition of parol,
This is something the parole officer wants him to do.
he cannot afford the fuel every day. so if a parole officer told you to drive
around the block 10,000 times you'd have to do it
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