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The only circumstances that a parole officer can place you on house arrest is if you have violated the terms of your parole AND the order of the court specificically states that violation of the parole shall result in institution of house arrest. This should also be reported to the court that issued the order on the individual as well.
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They can actually take that approach, unfortunately if it is allowed in the order that prescribes the terms of his probation. I know it is harse, but it is likely permissible. Just make sure to read the order that describes his probation terms to make sure. If not, he can petition the court and have them ordered to stand down.
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