My husband is currently serving time in ASPC completing his 5 year sentence. He was sentenced to prison for a AGG-DUI. We have a prior Domestic Violence case together but the judge granted us permission to have contact visits during his sentence and noted in on court documents. When he is released he will have to complete 3 years of probation. We were not married prior to his sentence. My concern is if the parole and probation office will allow him to live with me when he is released.
Yes but the State may require certain assurances to keep things peaceful. This is not a federal crime, but rather a felony, so I will change that for you.
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