Philadelphia, PA asked in Criminal Law and Real Estate Law for Pennsylvania

Q: Is there anything to be done about parole stipulations in Pennsylvania?

I can't live in the county i'm from. The problem is I own a house there, which i just inherited. I can't afford two places, so i moved out of the parole approved crack house which i shared with other parolees. Into my house that's in a basically crime free area. So the last few months I have been cleaning out, and fixing it up to sell it, so I can buy a house. It's been stressing me out and was hoping there was something i could do about this. Exiled in PA

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Anthony M. Avery
Anthony M. Avery
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A: Your attorney may be able to file a motion to modify your parole conditions. It would be made in the same Court you got convicted in. The Judgment of your Conviction should be carefully examined for the exact conditions which are impeding your successful return to society.

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