Probation & Parole Violations

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Probation & Parole Violations

If you violate the terms and conditions of your California misdemeanor or felony probation, you will have to attend a California probation violation hearing. Depending on the circumstances of your case, the judge may go several different routes: he/she may reinstate your probation with existing terms and conditions, he/she may change the terms to make them more stringent, or, revoke your probation and send you to jail.

All parolees are entitled to a California parole revocation hearing before a parole violation can be sustained. When a California state prison inmate is placed on parole, it means that he/she has agreed to abide by certain terms and conditions upon his/her release from prison. There are a variety of defenses that are applicable to parole revocation hearings that can convince the deputy commissioner that you should remain under your current parolee status.

Tips:

IT’S YOUR CHOICE – SUCCESSFUL PAROLE 1
A GOOD ATTITUDE IS A KEY TO SUCCESS 2
THINGS YOU NEED TO DO IN PRISON 3
THINGS YOU MUST DO WHEN YOU GET OUT OF PRISON 3
REGISTERING WITH THE POLICE OR SHERIFF 5
FINDING A PLACE TO LIVE, FOOD, AND OTHER SERVICES IN YOUR AREA 5
SOME THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW 6
FINDING A JOB 7
THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT PAROLE 8
WHAT YOUR CONDITIONS OF PAROLE MEAN 9
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT 12
GETTING AN EDUCATION 14
GETTING BETTER AT READING 14
TRAINING 15
RESTRAINING ORDERS 15
POLICE ASSISTANCE 15
THREE STRIKES, YOU’RE OUT NOTIFICATION 16
FINDING THE RIGHT ONE TO TALK TO 18
KNOW YOUR BENEFITS 20
DIVISION OF ADULT PAROLE OPERATIONS COMMUNITY PROGRAMS 26
OFFICE OF SUBSTANCE ABUSE PROGRAMS 28
WHAT THE INITIALS (ABBREVIATIONS OR ACRONYMS) STAND FOR 29