JustaShooter wrote:My understanding is that as long as he does not have access, that is fine - and it sounds to me like your approach would achieve that. That's assuming he isn't released under parole, and the terms of his parole state otherwise. And, as always, I am not a lawyer, and this should not be taken as legal advice.
JustaShooter wrote:Thanks for the update. Yes, as I feared, he is being released under parole which has much more strict conditions. But, it is in place of serving a full sentence, so there is significant benefit for meeting those conditions.
Unfortunately, that does cause problems for you. I think their reasoning is pretty flimsy, but as the parole officer they have far more power than many understand, and on their word the parolee can be put back in prison - with added charges no less.
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