Parole - Amanda Thomann 05-28-08 Corr 101 Parole Parole is...

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Amanda Thomann 05-28-08 Corr 101 Parole Parole is the status of an offender conditionally released from a confinement facility, prior to the expiration of his of her sentence, and placed under the supervision of a parole agency. (Allen, 2007, pg. 471) As learned in the lecture, another way to define parole is an early release from prison with conditions. The creation of the indeterminate sentence has created some leeway for the option of parole for many offenders. With an indeterminate sentence, a minimum and maximum sentence is outlined for a specific crime. The time between the minimum and maximum time allotment allows an inmate the option of parole. One would argue that paroling an inmate has advantages and disadvantages. One thing is for sure, releasing a prisoner is definitely more cost effective. The responsibility of the state to provide shelter, food, clothing, medical care, and other necessities costs is very costly to the public. An inmate is required to provide for themselves when released from prison, therefore the
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2009 for the course GENERAL 101 taught by Professor Thomann during the Spring '09 term at Mott Community College.

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Parole - Amanda Thomann 05-28-08 Corr 101 Parole Parole is...

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