How do I get a parolee to stay away from a co-defendant?
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Most parole terms and conditions in West Virginia include a provision that someone on parole is not permitted to associated with "persons of disreputable character" while on parole. This generally includes other felons, among other broad categories of people. The prior post is correct that your boyfriend needs to address this himself - you can't do it for him if he doesn't want to do it for himself. His choices may well have consequences, which could include a delay of your wedding date if he gets sent back to prison, which is a real possibility if he is found to have violated his terms and conditions.
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This is something your fiance needs to handle. He needs to make it clear to his friend that they cannot hang out and drink together. Your b/f needs to take responsibility for his success (or not) on parole.
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