Parole in a sentence as a noun

Seems to have worked since he's only getting 2-3yrs, which means 1yr and parole.

Once, after Mike was released on parole to a halfway house, he found employment at a Taco Bell.

I remember reading that some prisoners get upset when they are not given a death penalty, but instead life without parole.

Tens of thousands more inmates are serving life with the possibility of parole for non-violent crimes.

When you compare the predictive power of the actuarial approach with that of the parole boards and psychiatrists, there is no contest: numbers beat intuition.

On the latter note, there is also this sobering paragraph:...Here in Colorado we have what is called "mandatory parole" - which is probably not what you think it is.

Parole in a sentence as a verb

And even that is apparently with the possibility of an early release after 14 years and unsupervised weekend parole after 7 years.

In fact, nearly 40% of the intake into Colorado prisons is from "technical" parole violations, which are violations of parole conditions that are not felony crimes.

Hence, you could do almost 15 years on a 10 year sentence because if you are released after doing the 10, you will still have to do 5 years of "parole" and could be sent back if you violate any of the terms of parole.

The prisoner can petition for parole every year during forvaring, but there is no limit to the possibility of extension, so forvaring effectively allows for life in prison.

They could have offered him a year parole and 10 days community service and he would have taken it, being orders worse than the usual penalty.> Enjoy sleeping in the bed you madeHe didn't actually complain about his situation, he complained about those around him.

"The demand for our facilities and services could be adversely affected by the relaxation of enforcement efforts, leniency in conviction or parole standards and sentencing practices or through the decriminalization of certain activities that are currently proscribed by our criminal laws.

Parole definitions


a promise; "he gave his word"

See also: word


a secret word or phrase known only to a restricted group; "he forgot the password"

See also: password watchword word countersign


(law) a conditional release from imprisonment that entitles the person to serve the remainder of the sentence outside the prison as long as the terms of release are complied with


release a criminal from detention and place him on parole; "The prisoner was paroled after serving 10 years in prison"