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Probation, Parole, and Post Release Supervision

Probation, Parole, and Post Release Supervision (PRS) are not governed under the same strict constitutional protections that the courts apply to incarceration. A judge can add a lot of extra probation time if a person does not have a strong defense. Probation, parole, and PRS can be better than incarceration, but it also can lead to a high-stress high-risk existence with many restrictions on employment, housing, travel, and other basic freedoms, including the ability to drink a beer. A few small slip-ups can send a person in and out of prison for many years.
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