Nov. 11.10. Parole - 1/30/11 CRJU 3310 Fall 2010 PAROLE...

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Unformatted text preview: 1/30/11 CRJU 3310 Fall 2010 PAROLE 1/30/11 CRJU 3310 Fall 2010 History of Parole Parole comes from the French word, PAROL, referring to "word of honor. It was a means of releasing prisoners of war who promised not to resume arms in a current armed conflict. English roots of parole lie in system of TRANSPORTATION practiced throughout the mid-1700s. British CRJU 3310 Fall 2010 1/30/11 CRJU 3310 Fall 2010 History of Parole Alexander Maconochie and Norfolk Island (British Penal Colony) [around 1840] Sir Walter Crofton and the Irish System [around 1860] First use of parole in American soil: Zebulon Brockway and the Elmira Reformatory [around 1870] CRJU 3310 Fall 2010 1/30/11 CRJU 3310 Fall 2010 Types of Release from Prison Parole : the conditional discretionary release from prison of an inmate prior to expiration of his/her entire sentence, but not from legal custody and supervision of the state. [Operates within indeterminate sentencing structures.] Mandatory release : the release of CRJU 3310 Fall 2010 1/30/11 CRJU 3310 Fall 2010 Types of Release from Prison Supervised release : Post- imprisonment supervision imposed by the court at sentencing. It does not replace a portion of the sentence of imprisonment, but is an order of supervision in addition to the term of imprisonment imposed by the court. [Operates within sentencing guidelines structures.] CRJU 3310 Fall 2010 1/30/11 CRJU 3310 Fall 2010 Types of Release from Prison Clemency is an act of a mercy through the executive branch of government lessening the...
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This note was uploaded on 01/29/2011 for the course CRJU 3310 taught by Professor Maryfinn during the Fall '10 term at Georgia State University, Atlanta.

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Nov. 11.10. Parole - 1/30/11 CRJU 3310 Fall 2010 PAROLE...

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