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  • What Is The Difference Between Probation and Parole?
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      Firm Name: The Law Office of Jamy Patterson, LLC
      Duration: 01:21
      Date: 2016-06-17

      Simply put, a judge can order probation in lieu of jail time or to follow a jail sentence at the time of sentencing. Parole on the other hand isn’t part of a judge's sentencing order. Parole is an early release of an inmate from prison usually after assessment from a parole board.

      Jamy Patterson is a criminal defense attorney in Rapid City, SD who can answer any specific questions related to probation or parole.

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