Maybe..... or a drug program.
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Its a possibility. he broke the rules. The conditions of his parole forbade his use or possession of controlled substances or grass. He can hope, but unless he can disprove the claims, he is at their mercy.
He might. Depending on the facts of his case he might be able to get to commit to drug programs. The outcome also might vary depending on the reason he was put on parole in the first place.
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