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I am sorry to hear about your situation, but I am afraid you are in a very difficult position. Once you have completed at least 1/2 of your parole without any incident, your only chance is to file a motion to the parole board for early parole release and present evidence of your compliance with all terms of parole without any violations. You will need your parole officer's support in your motion, because if the parole officer objects the board will not award you early termination of your parole I am afraid. In addition to your parole officer's support, you will need to present witnesses to the parole board that you have become a productive member of the community and you are not engaged in any improper conduct in the community. I am afraid that this is the sole way to seek to get your parole terminated legally.
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