Thank you for your response.
If the charge was possession, the court may impose whatever release sanctions they wish to impose and he does have recourse. His recourse is he makes a motion to the court asking for this condition of release be modified. He would have to prove that the relationship would be beneficial to his release and his continued sobriety and his counselors and probation
officer supporting his request would be helpful to get the court to modify this probation/parole requirement. However, such a requirement is legitimate, especially if he is in a relationship with someone who is a substance abuser.
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