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I am half way through a 24 month parole violation of

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I am half way through a 24 month parole for a violation of MCL750.136b2. I have met all of my parole requirements, and am gainfully employed. I have had no problems, and am wanting an early parole release, but my parole officer said that because of my crime, I cannot get an early release. IS this true or not???
Where can I get the information from the MCL regarding this issue?
Thank you for your prompt assistance in this matter.
Tracey *******
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Criminal Law
Expert:  Ely replied 1 year ago.

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No, this is not true. The PO is not in charge of deciding if the parole would end early, the Judge is. The Defendant can file a motion asking the Court to allow early termination. The Court normally wants at least 2/3 of the time completed, all hours completed, all tests/classes done, all UAs negative, etc. Then, it is still at the Judge's discretion. The PO and DA can also weigh in with their recommendation.

However given the nature of the conviction, the Judge is less likely to allow early termination. This is what the PO likely meant. Not that the Court will not, but simply that it is less likely to allow it.

However, someone in your situation can still try.

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