Yes, my probation rules state "Permit your supervision officer to visit you at home, place of work, or elsewhere." But does this mean they can just walk into my house whenever they want? Or they can knock on the door, and I can just go outside to talk to them? Or do I have to let them in? "Visiting me at my home" can mean different things to me.
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