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Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Criminal Law
Expert:  Samuel II replied 7 years ago.



thank you for that information. you need to get a letter from your employer explaining why you had the knife and that it is for employment purposes. as a parolee you are prohibited from any type of illegal weapon; and if the knife is not considered a dangerous weapon under CA law and can be shown it is for employment, and you have otherwise complied by reporting, having clean u/a tests, etc - chances are you would be continued on your parole.

Customer: replied 7 years ago.
so what does the parole bord usally look for in a parolee to keep them in good standings with them in order to remain continued on parole becase i have been out over 17 months out of a three year parole violation free no dity u/a 's and always had a job got maried recently and have a 7 month old baby boy and a 7 year son, and is moving into a house tha twe are now getting tomarrow.
Expert:  Samuel II replied 7 years ago.



they look at all of that - employment, reporting as instructed, no dirty u/a, no new charges, crime for which you are on parole, any past criminal history, any prior parole revocations hearings, when the expiration date of this parole


your agent had to write the violation on the knife. it is mandatory they write those