Question by  Mac (29)

How do you get an early parole release from prison?

I would like to understand how early parole works.


Answer by  SubhashChander (1773)

Release on parole is granted to a convicted prisoner on the recommendation of the superintendent of the prison concerned for the good conduct of the prisoner in the prison. However, the concerned prisoner has to arrange for an outside surety by way of bail bond.


Answer by  jalucia (936)

Early parole is often rumored when there is overcrowding or financial crisis in the prison system. Non-violent offenders would be the most likely to be granted. Other than this, prisonsers are released early based on their behavior while incarcerated, work done to address the offending behaviour and benefits of their reintegration into the community. It starts with a petition.


Answer by  technogeek (6640)

The word that you need to know about parole is contrition, remorse with a sense of guilt. If you are truly sorry and can ensure that whatever you did will never happen again, then parole is possible.


Answer by  Stan567 (417)

Parole eligibility is defined by the Department of Corrections, there's usually a mandatory date when you become eligible for parole consideration. The number one factor in determining whether you'll be released early is your conduct in the institution. Conduct violations will effect your parole more than anything else, along with your participation in "positive" programs inside.

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