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conditional early release from imprisonment in which a person is required to comply with special conditions
  • By a vote of 3 to 2, the Parole Board had decided to release Dennis Yawkey.
    p. 228.1
  • Jake signed in and was given a document titled "Parole Hearings—Docket."
    p. 211.8
  • Along the front table, the chairman of the Parole Board and its four other members sat together.
    p. 212.2
  • His parole investigator went through a report that made him sound like a model prisoner.
    p. 212.6
  • There were some questions from the Parole Board.
    p. 212.7
  • The next speaker was the daughter of the bank teller who'd been murdered, and she began by saying this was the third time she had appeared before the Parole Board.
    p. 212.8
  • Though the Parole Board took the issue under advisement, parole for the killer seemed unlikely.
    p. 212.9
  • Though the Parole Board took the issue under advisement, parole for the killer seemed unlikely.
    p. 213.0
  • His parole investigator recommended release, as did his victim.
    p. 213.2
  • There was an affidavit signed by the victim in which she urged the Parole Board to show mercy.
    p. 213.3
  • The investigator had no recommendation as to whether Yawkey should be paroled, which, according to Floyd Green, meant that a release was unlikely.
    p. 213.9
  • Because of Buckley, here they were twenty-seven months later staring at parole for a little thug who'd been trying to impress the Klan.
    p. 214.2
  • Jake nodded at them, then turned his attention to the Parole Board.
    p. 214.4
  • Both of us would like to say a few words in opposition to this request for parole.
    p. 214.5
  • She unfolded a sheet of paper and tried to smile at the members of the Parole Board.
    p. 214.6
  • Beautiful women rarely appeared at parole hearings, which were 90 percent male anyway.
    p. 215.3
  • Jake cleared his throat and said, "Carla and I thank the Parole Board for this opportunity to speak.
    p. 216.5
  • It would be a shame if this Parole Board gave Yawkey a slap on the wrist and sent him home.
    p. 217.1
  • His cockiness was not missed by several members of the Parole Board.
    p. 217.2
  • Floyd made some vague references to the mysterious workings of the Parole Board.
    p. 228.3

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