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4 tips for probationers and parolees to avoid alcohol

The holiday season is one that is synonymous with parties of all sorts. Many of these will include adult beverages. For people who are on probation or parole, alcohol is often off limits due to the random drug and alcohol tests, as well as the terms of the programs.

Probation violations can lead to criminal charges

People are sometimes sentenced to probation instead of having to spend time in prison when they are convicted of a crime. To people who aren't involved in the criminal justice system, this might seem like an easy way out. The truth is that probation can be very challenging for some people. Still, the court tries to give some people a chance to make life improvements without having to report to prison.

How does housing pose a problem for parolees?

There are many challenges that come with being released from prison on parole. One of these is that you have to find suitable housing. This can be difficult because of the prejudices that people have against felons, especially those who are fresh out of prison.

Drug tests are included in many probation cases

People who are on probation often have very strict rules to follow. While some rules apply to everyone, such as the requirement to avoid future legal issues, some others are based on the person's conviction and lifestyle. One of the possible requirements is that you will undergo drug testing.

Parole and probation violations must be handled carefully

When you are given the conditions of probation or parole, you will immediately notice how restrictive they are. Some people falsely believe that since they are out in the community that they don't have to comply with these conditions. Just to be clear, not complying with the conditions can lead to more legal proceedings and imprisonment.

Probation terms can prove difficult to comply with

Probation is an alternative to having to serve a sentence in jail or prison. Unfortunately, this is often a very difficult program for participants because there are so many conditions and rules. For many people, compliance is complicated because many of the things you need to do are difficult due to the fact that you have a criminal record now.

Probation and parole programs include personalized elements

Parole and probation programs are community monitoring programs that enable the person who is on parole or probation to be out in society while he or she completes his or her court-ordered sentence. The person's goings and comings are monitored by an officer within the community correction program. All of these programs come with strict rules, but they can vary depending on what the participant needs.

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