Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by The Scarlet Pimp, Aug 31, 2008.
perry marshall article
may need it, I go in for a Protective order hearing on my divorce on Thursday
thats awsum-i thought they freeze your accounts though when you go to prison
yeah, 3 months and 3 years of supervised sounds like a long time until you consider the fact that I did 14 months, have been out on parole for 8 months now (I still have another year of parole and then I will start my probation.) I will get off of probation in the year 2015... for a completely nonviolent crime
unless its the "illegal" business that you are doing your time for, there is no "legal" justification for them to freeze, place on hold, suspend, cancel or cease you from operatiing any legitimate business - just because you are doing time.
Think about it.
I was at a federal prison camp for 5 months.. They had a unicor that recycled computers , so I got someome to bring in a vzw aircard and I used a laptop to post jobs on RAC to get a project rolling before I got out..
Your bank accounts don't get frozen unless they were part of the crime. I had employees handling everything while I was away.. Aside from being away from my wife and kids, it wasn't that bad.
by the way, i thought that you did Probation in lieu of doing time. In other words, instead of getting sntenced to lets say 2 years, or a split bid/sentence like a 2 to 4, you would get 5 years Probation
If you "did" time, like doing the (flat) 2 years (with nothing in the back) or the 2 to 4 year sentence, you could get a specific time period on Parole after your 2 year incarceration OR you would finish up your 2 to 4 on Parole when you were released earlier than the 4 years maximum for good behavior or maybe some type of release incentive program. So you do maybe 2 years incarcerated and then you do the remaining 2 years on Parole.
But you could always "max out" (do the entire 4 years of the 2 to 4 incarcerated) and you would not have anything on the end. In other words, you con out free and clear with no Parole to do when released after 4 years.
So, what is the difference between parole supervision and probation supervision? And if you don't mind me asking, what state correctional system are we talking about anyway????
The only way you would serve a probationary sentence after concluding parole is if you were charged with a previous crime independent of the conviction, which sent you prison.
The actual supervision of parolees and probationers is relatively similar. Parole/probation officers are one in the same, supervising offenders to ensure that they are able to acclimate into society based on the contingencies of their respective sentences.
Parole is a conditional release granted to inmates before their maximum sentence date has been reached. Probation is given in lieu of or in addition to jail (not prison) time. Parolees and probationers must meet the stipulations of their sentence or they will be returned to prison (parolees) or sent to jail (probationers).
thats sick. I read perry marshals book on adwords when I first started and it helped a lot.
If you are sentenced for multiple crimes, you can be given prison time for some and probation for others. In some cases they can run your sentences consecutively rather than concurrently...in which case you do your time then your probation.
Getting off paper can be fucking hard, even after you've been parolled. Especially if your state has mandatory parole...in some cases you end up doing way more cumulative time incarcerated and on parole (and possibly regressed) than your crime allows for under maximum penalty. They like to keep sqeezing those "supervision costs" (classes, UA's, etc) outta you for as long as they can.
To anybody on parole...just keep your shit right and stay on the outs man. Way too many people end up going back to prison after a first trip...don't give up on yourself or get sloppy with your freedom. You only got one lifetime, don't give a big chunk of it to the man...working for $1 a day and shit. I had to get married and have some midgets before I was able to get my shit straight. Find a facet of your life that just absolutely means too much for you to lose, and prioritize in that direction. It's nice being off paper and not living so dirty that you worry when you're gonna get arrested again.
I may be wrong here as haven't spent any time I there but im sure here in Oz that they freeze your bank accounts /assets etc when you go in - cant be sure but im pretty certain thats how it is here
amazing... i bet this article made many of you "on the outside" people feel lazy... i know it did for me
That story was pretty interesting.
What country are you from?
From experience I can tell you in the USA the Warden of the facility can cease you from operating a legitimate business without any justification. They can lock you in a 15x15 foot room with 35 other inmates for days at a time, they can take your visiting and phone call privileges anytime they want. Federal law prevents they from taking your letter writing privilege but they can take your pencils and paper.
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