Similar words: role, cholesterol, the proletariat, roll, bear on, wear off, tear off, hear of. Meaning: [pə'rəʊl] n. 1. a promise 2. a secret word or phrase known only to a restricted group 3. (law) a conditional release from imprisonment that entitles the person to serve the remainder of the sentence outside the prison as long as the terms of release are complied with. v. release a criminal from detention and place him on parole.
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1. People on parole must follow certain rules.
2. He was released on parole after serving two years.
3. His parole application is up for review next week.
4. He's been released on parole.
5. They had broken their parole and fled.
6. Her case comes up for parole in September.
7. He committed a burglary while on parole.
8. Reynolds was sentenced to life without parole.
9. She will become eligible for parole in 19 months.
10. With parole, he could be out in two years.
11. She was released on parole.
12. If released,(sentencedict.com) he will continue to be on parole for eight more years.
13. If the Parole Board decides in his favour, the prisoner will be released.
14. They were released on parole for showing signs of repentance.
15. I'll never accept parole because that entails me accepting guilt.
16. She hopes to be eligible for parole in 3 years.
17. She was released on parole after serving just half of her sentence.
18. Hicks was released on parole May 17.
19. And parole officers sometimes choose not to recommend revocation.
20. She is serving life without parole.
21. He's hoping to get parole.
22. He had been released on parole in October 1990 on the grounds of ill-health.
23. Most states also bar people who are on parole and probation.
24. Irwin compared Davis' experiences on parole to his own studies into the difficulties that convicts face when they are freed.
25. Failure by the parole system to learn of felony convictions and to revoke paroles.
26. Life in prison without possibility of parole would do the same.
27. Although sentenced to life, he will become eligible for parole after serving 10 years.
28. Well, last week, when I was sure that the parole was coming through, I wrote her again.
29. This becomes particularly important when the staff are writing reports for the parole board.
30. Eslaminia is serving a life sentence without possibility of parole at Folsom Prison.
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