Discretionary Parole In this assignment scenario, you are a member

 Discretionary Parole

In this assignment scenario, you are a member of your state’s parole board reviewing an inmate’s case.


John White is eligible to be considered for discretionary parole. He was convicted of armed robbery and has been in prison for eight and a half years. The robbery resulted in two broken fingers and concussion for the victim. John was originally sentenced to ten years. Two of John’s high school friends were also convicted of the robbery, one of whom has already been released.

John is 25 years old and never married. He has no known children. The pre-sentence investigation (PSI) report indicates he had methamphetamine in his system at the time of arrest. He did not finish high school but earned a GED while in prison. He has a tattoo which might indicate that he is, or was, a member of a local gang.

John’s brother owns a convenience store and has offered to hire him as a manager if he is released.

As a member of the state’s parole board, answer the following:

  • Using the South University Online Library or the Internet, create a proper parole agreement for this offender. The agreement should use proper terminology and lay out the conditions that the offender must meet. To view a sample parole agreement, click here. Use this sample agreement as a guideline only. You will need to create an agreement specific to the scenario in this assignment.
  • In a separate section, justify any conditions that you included in the agreement.
  • Indicate what additional information, if any, you would seek before determining whether to grant parole in this case.

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