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  • Question regarding the technicalities of parole

    I posted this over in Landlord/Tenant Issues, but since it involves a question regarding the technicalities of parole, I am posting it here as well.

    My daughter was brought to our home with her infant to avoid further distress from living with the mother of her boyfriend (the father of the infant). He followed and was at our home for less than two weeks prior to a court date at which he was sentenced to prison for parole violations. He returned to our home after an oral discussion with my wife indicating that he could stay with our daughter until he was employed and had other living arrangements. Two weeks later he was again in violation of his parole and is prison again until February 2007. My daughter and her child are still in our home. Because part of his parole violation involved a physical altercation with my 15 year old son, I do not want him returning to my home. However, he has indicated by correspondence with my daughter that his parole officer said that when he is re-paroled, he will be paroled to my home. There is no paperwork or contracts. Some of his belongings are in my garage. How can I stop the parole people from sending him to my home when he is released? Can I send him an eviction notice while he is in prison? Will a restraining order because of the physical violence with my son be sufficient? What's the best way to handle this?

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    re: Question regarding the technicalities of parole

    See the other post:


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