Can you move?
Can a person move to another state after being
released from a state prison?
TB believed this:
Depends on the way the person was released. If the
person served their full sentence then there is no problem. If the
person is paroled then it depends on the dictates of the parole
board. Sometime the parolee gets a job out of state. Then with
special dispensation, the parolee is allowed to move. This is done
on a case by case basis.
David K realized this:
I think it depends on the conditions of the
released. If you are released ON PAROLE, I don't think they will let
you live in another state. If you served a full sentence, then I am
pretty sure you are free to go wherever you want. However, if you
were jailed on a sex offense, I am pretty sure you have to register
as a "sex offender" wherever you go.
pavolka shared this:
If he's not on parole or probation, yes. If he is,
he needs the permission of the authorities in each state. There's a
good chance he'll get it if he's got a job or ties in the new state
and he's not considered dangerous.
C.H.U.D. faithfully dedicated gave us this:
It depends on the original sentence
and/or the conditions attached to
the release. A person on probation or parole generally can't leave
state. An ex-con who has served out their sentence completely can
generally re-enter society without many restrictions.
tony simply answered with this:
yes if you parole is up and the court did not
stipulate it your release.
Sonya Webb finished with this:
A person can move to another state after being
released from state prison as long as they are not on probation.
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