What am I required to do when on parole or probation in Pennsylvania? VIDEO

While on parole or probation in Pennsylvania, a person would be required to maintain employment, they're not working to seek employment, to stay out of trouble, to have no new arrest. In other words, to comply with the instructions of the parole or probation officer in terms of reporting as directed. Whatever other instructions the parole probation officer may provide, a person would also potentially have to provide clean drug screens depending on the nature of the case they may have to take.

If it's a DUI case, for example, Alcohol Highway Safety classes or safe driving school, outpatient dependency treatment could be other conditions as well, be available for home visits if the parole or probation officer is seeking to make a home visit to the person being supervising an inspection of the person's home.

Overall, put simply, a person being supervised is expected to be a productive member of society and to comply with the expectations of parole or probation. If you're facing any kind of parole or probation issue in Pennsylvania, you should have an experienced criminal defense attorney in your corner from as early as possible.

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