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I'm sorry to say, there is no cause of action here. To sue someone for discrimination, a person must be targeted because of their gender, racial minority, sexual orientation, religion, or member of a similar protected class. Business owners are not a protected class. A probation officer has discretion to decide who their probationers can and cannot associate with, and it is within his discretion to find that your rehabilitation should be supervised by a neutral third party.
The fact that you would be the only client probably plays into the officer's decision. Growing the business might be one option if this is an issue that could come up again in the future.
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The solution is to find another company to provide you with rehab. I'm sorry. The law does not always provide us with the outcome that we'd like. Again, my job is to tell you the law, not to provide solutions I know wouldn't be effective. Your wife has no cause of action against the state for not allowing her company to do your rehab. Parole officers get a lot of discretion. You can try asking about his concerns and discussing ways to go around them, but at the end of the day, if he says no, that's perfectly legal.
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