Can a Hawaii Parole Officer force a Parolee to have no contact with someone they love( and want to marry ) and threaten a violation on them,saying theyd go back for life, if they don't banish and shun this person, even though this person they love has no criminal record or drug issues and there has been no Domestic Violence or police contact between them, but just because the P.O. feels they aren't good for each other?
Expecially when this person banished from Parolees life was helping them with their rights related to going before the Parole Board for eventual release since Parolee was never informed by PO
of this ever happening even after over 7 years on parole.
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