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conditional release
"Conditional release" includes but is not limited to the monitoring of mental and physical health treatment.
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conditional release
A release from custody which imposes regulations on the activities and associations of the defendant. If a defendant fails to meet the conditions, the release is revoked.
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Unconditional Release: Also called a 'Discharge,' used in the same way in criminal courts as in mental health facilities.
Vacate Order: An order entered by the court which cancels an earlier court order.

An early and conditional release from incarceration in which the prisoner promises to heed certain conditions (usually set by a parole board) and under the ongoing supervision of a parole officer.
Any violation of those conditions would result in the return of the person to prison.

parole A conditional release from incarceration in the county jail or a state prison; upon violation of the conditions, parole may be revoked and the violator returned to incarceration.

parole: A ~ from prison that allows the person being released to serve the rest of the sentence out of prison if all conditions of release are met.
partner support: In family law, court-ordered support of a registered domestic partner or ex-partner.

Supervised, ~ of a prisoner before expiration of his/her sentence.
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The supervised ~ of a prisoner before the expiration of his/her sentence. If the parolee observes the conditions, he/she need not serve the rest of his/her term.
Parole Evidence:
Oral or verbal evidence; evidence given by word of mouth in court.

Parole - The ~ from prison of a convict before the end of his sentence. If he observes the conditions, the parolee need not serve the remainder of his sentence.
Parties - The persons who are actively participating the legal proceeding.

[Old French, speech, word, prisoner's word of honor to fulfill stated conditions, from Late Latin parabola speech, parable, from Greek parabolÄ" comparison] : a ~ of a prisoner ...
: a prisoner released on parole
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DIVISION OF PAROLE: The agency that is responsible for the community supervision and reintegration of offenders released from prison by action of the Board of Parole, by ~, or those sentenced directly to parole supervision.

corrections: Public or privately operated community-based programs holding defendants in the community while providing them opportunities to work, attend school, or perform community services. The defendants may be there as part of a sentence or probation, or may be there as a ~ ...

See also: See also: What is the meaning of Lease, Release, Condition, Office, State?

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