30 On Parole I WAS wakened—indeed, we were all wakened, for I could see even the sentinel shake himself together from where he had fallen against the door-post—by a clear, hearty voice hailing us from the margin of the wood: "Block house, ahoy!" it cried.
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Being home by 10 pm is one of the conditions of my parole.
He was imprisoned for life without the possibility of parole.