Wondering why if a person maybe on parole soon can not
Wondering why if a person maybe on parole soon can not parole at his home with his wife due that it was a against her but state picked it up...don't understand and feel we shouldn't be separated like that since we recently got married...his parole maybe two years...its not fair at allJA: Since parole regulations vary, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: San Antonio TexasJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: Not since he was sentenced....he's in beeville...and this is the only address he has with meJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: Do the parole board have the right to seapate marriages like that....this was our first dispute and after it happened they took nearly a ur to do all of this...I feel its unfair to me...now I have to suffer without him for a two ur period
Is there a proceeding in the State of California by which a
Is there a proceeding in the State of California by which a parolee at large can apply to have the conditions of the parole lifted if he voluntarily returns to the jurisdiction and turns himself in, or is it a matter of arbitrary judicial discretion at the time the parolee surrenders himself. It's been over 12 years since the warrant was issued but never served, in spite of the fact the parolee's whereabouts has been known for the entire period of time.
My fiance had s parole transfer from orange county (which he
My fiance had his parole transfer from orange county (which he was never a resident of) he's a resident of riverside county and the only way they granted it was he had a job and it had to be with family. We plan to get married in 2 months and we need to know if there is any way where he can be live with me and our kids. We're in the same city a mile between his brother and mom. The environment is stable etc
I was just wondering if someone is on parole with 1 year
i was just wondering if someone is on parole with 1 year left and no violations or positive U.A.'s, and they want to go to Their family time share in mexico for their mom & dad to renew their vows, does CBP ask for a note from your P.O. or can they see that you are on parole?JA: Since parole regulations vary, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: TEXASJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: My father in law is a retired attorney but in New Orleans. He still has the firm named after him, however he is retired and is 82 and has dementia.......so no i haven't talked to a Texas lawyer, but i have friends (lots of them) that work for CBP in texas. but I don't want them to know this person is on parole. but I do know a lady (In Texas) that is on parole for shooting and killing her son (she said it was self defense, but i wasn't there) and she has traveled out of the country 6 times with no problem. she never let her officer know she was going and went and came back with no problems at all.........so i wouldn't think they ask for anything or can see that info. and that is a murder charge and I'm asking about someone who just had a drug charge but is clean and on minimal security and only has to report once every 3 months. what do you think>????JA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: No.. like i said, no dirty UA's or Violations while on parole and is off in 1 year left on paper come July 26thJA: OK. Got it. I'm sending you to a secure page on JustAnswer so you can place the $5 fully-refundable deposit now. While you're filling out that form, I'll tell the Criminal Lawyer about your situation and then connect you two.
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