I went to a secure location so as to complete my book(manuscript). While there my parole officer calls me and says she's at my apartment. No notice. Just showed up. I told her I was in Woodland Hills at the moment, completing my book. My literary agent gave me only five days to complete; which is why I went to a remote place ( still within LA county). My parole agent goes off saying that I am in violation of my parole condition. I immediately panicked! I ask the PA why. She responded shouting " for being gone!" I told her I'm in Woodland Hills, clearly within LA county! So how am I in violation of my parole? She told me I need to come down to the office so she can explain. I said ok. After this phone call i panicked and could think of nothing but my freedom; I certainly wasn't able to complete the book due to emotional distress and the mere thought of being violated. This was on a Wednesday. That following Monday I went to see my PA. I asked her how am in violation of my parole. She lied and said I told her Simi Valley
You need to be more since concerned with defending against a possible parole violation than suing people.
Leaving your home for an extended stay at a "secure location" is probably a violation, even if it's in the same community county.
Parole officers don't have to give notice. If they did, parolees would have time to get rid of contraband and correct other violations before the parole officer shows up.
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