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(out) on parole

out of prison, conditionally, before one's total sentence is served. Bob was caught using drugs while out on parole and was sent back to prison. He has to be careful and obey the law because he is out on parole.
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As I have previously stated, the President of the Parole Board Queensland made it clear to me that any decisions that the Parole Board had made for future granting of parole would be reviewed in-light of the new No Body, No Parole laws.
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The 39 names came following the March 9 meeting held by the Board of Pardons and Parole (BPP) which is chaired by Aguirre.
Aguirre said those discharged on parole 'shall be automatically released from prison upon the award of the papers to them.
In 2004, the Legal DecisionMaking Lab at Carleton University in Toronto, Ontario, began to develop and refine a parole release decision-making tool.
On Jan 9, the Parole Board issued its ruling, denying the parole.
possibility of withdrawing the parole given to Leviste, questioning his alleged good conduct while in prison.
Dutt had applied for parole to the Pune divisional commissioner Prabhakar Deshmukh and was granted 30- day parole on the recommendation made by the prison officials.
Talking to journalists after his meeting with officials of department of mineral resources and development, at the departmental office set up within his residence, he said that during 2003 and 2005, more than 35 criminals were released on parole.
Inmates can be granted a form of parole called Medically Recommended Intensive Supervision (MRIS) if they are cleared by the University of Texas Medical Branch, the Texas Correctional Office on Offenders with Medical or Mental Impairments, housed within TDCJ, and the Board of Pardons and Paroles.
After a hearing of nearly two hours, the three-member Oregon Board of Parole and Post-Prison Supervision voted unanimously that Downs remains dangerous and should stay in prison.
This article looks at medical parole and in particular how courts in South Africa have interpreted it.