Q: What can my boyfriend do about his parole and this parole officer that is causing drama? He is very disrespectful.
My daughter's father is facing 10 years on parole and he has been through 3 different parole officers in the last 3 months. This new parole officer is very rude, very disrespectful, manipulative, falsely accuse him of stuff that he is not doing, disrespectful towards his own family and is keeping him from even being around his own family. He has insulted numerous people from his friends to his family and caused my boyfriend to not be able to stay in places such as hotels and his friends house. We have an apartment and it says in his conditions that the daycare around the corner has to be within 300 feet, which it is but still will not allow him to make residency at our apartment. He told him that he did not care about him sleeping on the street out in the cold. We need answers on what can and could be done because my boyfriend has been taking this toxic abuse from this parole officer from almost two years now. He cannot even get a job because this parole officer has made it impossible.
MORE INFO IS NEEDED.
DISCUSS THIS WITH THE ATTORNEY OF RECORD.
THERE ARE DANGERS TO "BEEFING" THE PAROLE OFFICER, AND YOUR LOCAL ASSIGNED LAWYER IS IN A BETTER POSITION TO KNOW WHAT IS HAPPENING THERE, THAN A STRANGE LAWYER IN PALM SPRINGS.
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