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past of parole
{s} conditionally released from jail
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Word-of-mouth
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An ornamental star-like Christmas lantern from the Philippines
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Verbal, oral, informal

Parol, or extrinsic evidence should only be used where it may clarify ambiguous terms of a contract.

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The amount of time a prisoner spends on limited release
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{a} by word of mouth, verbal, oral
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{n} words given as an assurance
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A word; an oral utterance
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Oral declaration; word of mouth; also, a writing not under seal
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verbal, not in writing
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evidence rule only those terms that were included in the final form of the contract, make up the contract Nothing else forms part of the contract
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Not written, verbal
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{s} oral, verbal
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Verbal; not in writing
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Given or done by word of mouth; oral; also, given by a writing not under seal; as, parol evidence
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See lst Parol, 2
parole
conditional release of a convict from prison prior to the expiration date of his sentence If the conditions are met, the parolee does not have to serve the remainder of his sentence
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A word; an oral utterance
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release a criminal from detention and place him on parole; "The prisoner was paroled after serving 10 years in prison
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a conditional release from prison which allows a person to serve the remainder of his or her sentence outside of an institution but under state supervision
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Word of promise; word of honor; plighted faith; especially Mil
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(law) a conditional release from imprisonment that entitiles the person to serve the remainder of the sentence outside the prison as long as the terms of release are complied with a promise; "he gave his word"
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The early release of a person from prison The individual continues serving the sentence outside of prison but under supervision The released prisoner must obey specific conditions of parole If the conditions are violated the individual will be sent back to prison
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Supervised release of a prisoner from imprisonment on certain prescribed conditions which entitle him to termination of his sentence
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Supervised conditional release of a prisoner
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To set at liberty on parole; as, to parole prisoners
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release a criminal from detention and place him on parole; "The prisoner was paroled after serving 10 years in prison"
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"Parole" is the release of a person from prison before the end of his sentence, under certain conditions or restrictions which must be met or the person will be returned to prison You may request to be notified by the Board of Parole of hearing dates and Board decisions prior to an individual's release Contact the Victim Assistance Program for further info
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promise, upon one's faith and honor, to fulfill stated conditions, as not to bear arms against one's captors, to return to custody, or the like
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See 2d Parol
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A term of community supervision afforded by the Parole Board to a prisoner who has served the minimum portion of his or her sentence, less good time or disciplinary credits if applicable While on parole, a parolee is supervised by an agent who is an employee of the Department of Corrections At the successful completion of the parole period, the offender is "discharged" from his or her sentence If a parolee violates the parole terms, he or she can be sent back to prison The Parole Board retains jurisdiction until the maximum-sentence is served in prison or the offender discharges from parole
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A system for the supervised release of prisoners before their terms are over
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New York State Division of Parole
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The Sentencing Reform Act of 1984 abolished parole Offenders whose crimes were committed on or after November 1, 1987, are sentenced by the court under guideline sentencing procedures established by the United States Sentencing Commission
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{i} conditionally released from jail; pledge or promise made by a prisoner that he will obey the terms of his release
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To release (a prisoner) on the understanding that s/he checks in regularly and obeys the law
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A limited sense of freedom
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Permission given to allow a person (parolee) to be admitted to the US when not ordinarily authorized as when lacking a visa or entry documents When permission to re-enter is given before leaving the US, it is called Advance Parole
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In criminal law A conditional release; condition being that, if prisoner makes good, he will receive an absolute discharge from balance of sentence, but, if he does not, he will returned to serve unexpired time
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The supervised conditional release of a prisoner before the expiration of his or her sentence If the parolee observes the conditions, he or she need not serve the rest of his or her term
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A watchword given only to officers of guards; distinguished from countersign, which is given to all guards
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If a prisoner is given parole, he or she is released before the official end of their prison sentence and has to promise to behave well. Although sentenced to life, he will become eligible for parole after serving 10 years. If a prisoner is on parole, he or she is released before the official end of their prison sentence and will not be sent back to prison if their behaviour is good. If released, he will continue to be on parole for eight more years
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The release of a prisoner before the completion of their imprisonment Conditions are attached to the parole, which if broken, can result in criminal charges •Prisoners
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A procedure in which a parole board releases a convict on good behavior before the maximum sentence expires
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a promise; "he gave his word"
parole
conditional release of convicted person before entire sentence served
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The conditional and revocable release of an inmate by the Board of Paroles to parole supervision
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The release of (a prisoner) on the understanding that he/she checks in regularly and obeys the law
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If a prisoner is paroled, he or she is given parole. He faces at most 12 years in prison and could be paroled after eight years. permission for someone to leave prison, on the condition that they promise to behave well on parole (from parabola; PARABLE). to allow someone to leave prison on the condition that they promise to behave well. Supervised conditional liberty from prison granted prior to the expiration of a prisoner's sentence. Modern use of parole stems from a change in penal philosophy to emphasize rehabilitation rather than retribution. In some jurisdictions, those convicted of certain crimes (e.g., rape or murder) are not eligible for parole. Conditions of parole vary, but in all cases their violation may constitute grounds for reincarceration. Parole supervision ranges from little more than a periodic police check to intensive supervision by trained personnel. See also probation
parole
The conditional release from prison of a convict before the expiration of his sentence If he observes the conditions, the parolee need not sere the remainder of his sentence
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a secret word or phrase known only to a restricted group; "he forgot the password"
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1 In criminal law, a conditional release from imprisonment that entitles the person receiving it to serve the remainder of his term outside prison if he complies with all the conditions connected with his release
parole
Language in use, as opposed to language as a system
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The conditional release from prison of a convict before the expiration of his sentence If he observes the conditions, the parolee need not serve the remainder of his sentence
parole
the act of speaking; a particular utterance or word
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The term parole has a special meaning in immigration law Under certain circumstances, a person may be allowed to enter the U S for humanitarian purposes, even when he or she does not meet the technical visa requirements Those who are allowed to come to the U S without a visa in this manner are granted parole, and are known as parolees Advanced parole may be granted to a person who is already in the U S but needs to leave temporarily, and return without a visa This is most common when someone has a green card application in process and must leave the U S for an emergency or on business Occasionally, an individual who is in the U S illegally may be granted advanced parole to enable him or her to leave the U S temporarily and return without getting a visa
parole
Oral declaration
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{f} be conditionally released from jail
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Parole is the act of speaking In referring to the concrete and individual usage of a known set of rules (grammar, syntax, social connotations of words, etc ), it differs from langue and langage
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The formal supervision of a convicted offender by a state parole agent when the offender is released from a state correctional institution into the community
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A conditional release from imprisonment that entitles the person receiving it to serve the remainder of the sentence outside of the prison as long as all conditions of release are met
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