Question by  Perry93 (14)

What rights do I have if I am on state parole while living in PA?

I was put on Parole after violating the law and I do not understand my rights.


Answer by  patti (29325)

Depending on the crime, restrictions can vary. The best thing to do is to speak to your parole officer to learn exactly what rights and restrictions are afforded you by your parole status.


Answer by  patti (29325)

Talk to your parole officer about your concerns about your rights. As a parolee, you are subject to a number of restrictions, which is part of the conditions for parole.


Answer by  linsm (898)

A felony conviction is going to have more stringent conditions than those that are non-felonies. You should speak to your parole officer or an attorney that specializes in criminal law.


Answer by  Hewitt302 (1720)

Once you are put on parole, you are at the mercy of the parole officer, the courts and law enforcement in general. Obey all the laws required.


Answer by  Dean (4035)

There are lots of different "rights" every individual has in the U.S. Individuals convicted of particular crimes lose some of those rights, but it is not possible to say what those might be in your particular case. Given the specific nature of each case, your best bet is to speak with your parole officer about questions you have.


Answer by  cody (1331)

if you are on parole you can't leave the state or have any firearms in your house and your not aloud to own any dangerous weapons


Answer by  Anonymous

Do I have the right to ask for a different parole officer in Pa? If so, tell me what to do. The office just tells me they dont have enough man power for that. help me

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