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Parole System

 

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If you are currently serving jail time and wish to request parole, please use the following template and post it filled out correctly in a separate topic. 
Before you post your parole request, figure out what type of parole applies to your situation and make sure that you do meet the conditions.  
   


Template:


  Quote  
Name: Dan / Charles Marley.   
Charges:  1x ... 3x ...   
Jail Time Received: HH:MM:SS   
Parole Type: A / B / C   
Money sent: $XX.XXX   
Receiving Officer: Officer X.   
Screenshot of Money sent: Image    
  

Parole A


Jail time under 2 hours with no violent crimes.
$10.000 per hour of parole requested paid to a CLPD Officer. Who then passes it on to the judge that approves the parole
1:1 parole to jail time ratio. (2 hours of jail time remaining = 2 hours of parole)

 

Conditions: 


Must be approved by a Judge or government representative.* 
Must adhere to requests to attend PDHQ/Random searches from the CLPD
The CLPD is authorized to stop and search your person and vehicle at anytime and location. 
May not be found to be involved in committing or associated with any sort of crime that carries the penalty of jail time or fines exceeding $1.000 per offense. 
May not carry or purchase any weapons or munitions for the duration of the parole. 
May not be involved or found closely associating with individuals with open warrants for arrest. 
If caught committing crimes that result in jail time or fines exceeding $1000 you will be placed back in jail for the original jail time plus the extra time for committing crimes (I.E. there original jail time was 2hrs and the crimes they commit add up to 45mins they would go to jail for 2hrs 45 mins)

 

Parole B


  Jail time between 2 and 10 hours with no violent crimes.

$20.000 per hour of parole requested paid to a CLPD Officer. Who then passes it on to the judge that approves the parole
1.5:1 parole to jail time ratio. (2 hours of remaining jail time = 3 hours of parole)

Conditions: 


Must be approved by a Judge or government representative.* 
Must adhere to requests to attend PDHQ/Random searches from the CLPD 
The CLPD is authorized to stop and search your person and vehicle at anytime and location.
May not be found to be involved in committing or associated with any sort of crime that carries the penalty of jail time or fines exceeding $1.000 per offense. 
May not carry or purchase any weapons or munitions for the duration of the parole. 
May not be involved or found closely associating with individuals with open warrants for arrest. 
If caught committing crimes that result in jail time or fines exceeding $1000 you will be placed back in jail for the original jail time plus the extra time for committing crimes (I.E. there original jail time was 2hrs and the crimes they commit add up to 45mins they would go to jail for 2hrs 45 mins)

 

Parole C 


Jail time exceeding 10 hours and / or violent crimes with jail time totaling under 2 hours.
$50.000 per hour of parole requested paid to a CLPD Officer. Who then passes it on to the judge that approves the parole 
2:1 parole to jail time ratio with no violent crimes (2 hours of remaining jail time = 4 hours of parole) 
3:1 parole to jail time with violent crimes (2 hours of remaining Jail time = 6 hours of parole) 


Conditions: 


Must be approved by a Judge or government representative.* 
May not be found to be involved in committing or associated with any sort of crime that carries the penalty of jail time or fines  
exceeding $1.000 per offense. 
Must adhere to requests to attend PDHQ/Random searches from the CLPD 
The CLPD is authorized to stop and search your person and vehicle at anytime and location.
May not carry or purchase any weapons or munitions for the duration of the parole. 
May not be involved or found closely associating with individuals with open warrants for arrest. 

If caught committing crimes that result in jail time or fines exceeding $1000 you will be placed back in jail for the original jail time plus the extra time for committing crimes (I.E. there original jail time was 2hrs and the crimes they commit add up to 45mins they would go to jail for 2hrs 45 mins)

Conditions under which individuals are not eligible for parole: 
An individual has committed violent crimes (such as murder, attempted murder, assault or manslaughter) whose jail times - when added and calculated separately of other charges - amounts to more than 2 hours of jail time. 
An individual has broken parole within 7 days of the beginning of the current jail sentence. 

In case no judges being available at the time when you request parole, a government representative (Super Admin → Sub Admin → TS Admin) can and will review your request.


Contributors to this page: MadGeordie .
Page last modified on Friday March 22, 2019 13:11:44 GMT by MadGeordie.