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Don’t let a slip up affect your parole and fresh start

| Jan 13, 2017 | Parole & Probation

We recently discussed how job hunting is a difficult task for person who has the label of felon. For the men and women who have served their time in prison and are trying to get back on the right path, being on parole is another factor that might hurt job prospects. In all of these cases, it is important to remember that the ultimate goal is to be reliant on yourself and to live a life on the right side of the law.

We know that keeping up with the expectations of parole can be difficult. You have to follow the rules. You might feel like you are being treated as a child. Just remember that this is only temporary and that eventually, your time on paper will be over.

If something happens and you slip up, you might have to face a parole violation. This can have a negative impact on any progress you have made since you were released. We know that this can be a disheartening situation to find yourself in. We are here to help you learn about how you might be able to answer to these parole violation charges.

It is important that you act quickly when you are facing a parole violation. You won’t have the option of a jury trial for these charges, so you will have to face the judge directly. This means that knowledge of the law is imperative in these cases. We are here to help you learn about the case you might mount against the charges so that you can try to move past the violation and keep on moving in the right direction.