For more guidance and in-depth assistance in making sure the parole board has all of your information and understands your objections, you should immediately contact the victim assistance division of the district attorney's office that prosecuted this case. Do it tomorrow morning.
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The victims have the right to be heard by the parole board. You should both attend the hearing and take the letters with you. Just. Because he's up for a hearing does not mean he will be granted parole. She may also want to consider hiring a family law attorney to terminate his parental rights.
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You have a right to be heard at a parole hearing. Contact the board and they will walk you through the procedure.
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