"Just because you did it doesn’t mean you’re guilty"
After completing a prison sentence and as a part of the terms of early release, many people are placed on parole under the supervision of a parole officer. During this time, individuals are allowed the opportunity to show that they are not a threat to society and can readjust to life among the general population. During this time these people are required to adhere to strict guidelines that usually include things like:
- Do not commit another crime
- Do not use drugs or alcohol
- Do not contact the victim
- Stay in contact with your parole officer
If you are accused of violating your parole, your parole officer can request that a warrant be issued for your arrest or you could be ordered to report to jail.
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If you are accused of violating the terms of your probation or parole, contact us today to learn about your options, protect your rights and gain a better understanding of where you stand with the Utah criminal justice system.