You can parole to wherever the parole board approves, which may be different than the place of offense. (Generally there needs to be a support group in place - family, a job, etc.)
You do not have be on parole in the county of the offense. The parole board recognizes a person will be more successful with a support network.
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You can parole anywhere you have an approved residence plan.
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