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      Differences Between Probation and Parole

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        Question:

        Is there a difference between probation and parole?

        Answer:

        What is the difference between probation and parole in Florida? Probation is a period of supervision which is imposed and supervised by the court system. For example, if you are charged with a crime and you agree to a sentence which includes probation, that probation is supervised by the local department of corrections office and it’s a sanction or sentence imposed by the court. Now, parole is different in the sense that if you had a criminal case that you plead out to or you were convicted of and you spent some time in the prison system in the state of Florida, parole is basically an early release of your sentence while you are in prison, which is different from probation in the sense that you’re released while you are serving a prison sentence and it’s supervised by the prison commission as opposed to your local department of corrections office. If you have any other questions about parole or probation in the state of Florida and specifically in Orlando, please feel free to reach out to our office.


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