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Old 11-08-2017, 12:26 AM
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Can my RSO loved one move back in with me after parole?
We were living together for a couple of years and I have 2 kids. His kids are grown adults.

His projected Discharge date says: 3 years to life-to be determined.

4 year sentence. It will be 4 years 5\2017.
We are trying to find him a parole host site...he should have been out last month. (6 months parole he is supposed to do.)

Might be an ignorant question but it is a sincere one...as I continue to learn.

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Once he is released from parole supervision, his only remaining restrictions will be those contained in your state's SO Registry laws. Here is a link to Illinois' statute.
http://www.isp.state.il.us/sor/
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**Might be an ignorant question but it is a sincere one...as I continue to learn.***


NOT ignorant. There is much to learn and it seemed to me things change often. (or they did with my hubs parole)
You might check into the laso forums. Lots of info there.
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Once he is released from parole supervision, his only remaining restrictions will be those contained in your state's SO Registry laws. Here is a link to Illinois' statute.
http://www.isp.state.il.us/sor/
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**Might be an ignorant question but it is a sincere one...as I continue to learn.***


NOT ignorant. There is much to learn and it seemed to me things change often. (or they did with my hubs parole)
You might check into the laso forums. Lots of info there.
Ok I will,
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Once he is released from parole supervision, his only remaining restrictions will be those contained in your state's SO Registry laws. Here is a link to Illinois' statute.
http://www.isp.state.il.us/sor/
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It was so long...
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If there isn't any residency restriction in the law about who he can live with after he has completed his sentence, then you can live together. The usual registry residence rules are a prohibition against living within X number of feet from schools, parks, churches, whatever. Parole or probation are part of the criminal punishment so the PO can continue to punish. So far the SO registry is allowed to remain because some courts have ruled that it is not punishment, which is inaccurate since lots of SOs ended up back in prison for SO registration "crimes". Dictating who can live together once the punishment has been completed is too much of a stretch even for the courts.
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If there isn't any residency restriction in the law about who he can live with after he has completed his sentence, then you can live together. The usual registry residence rules are a prohibition against living within X number of feet from schools, parks, churches, whatever. Parole or probation are part of the criminal punishment so the PO can continue to punish. So far the SO registry is allowed to remain because some courts have ruled that it is not punishment, which is inaccurate since lots of SOs ended up back in prison for SO registration "crimes". Dictating who can live together once the punishment has been completed is too much of a stretch even for the courts.
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Something to consider. You have kids living at home you said. My concern would be child protective services finding out. Anyone who knows his crime could disagree with your choice and call you in. Make someone you know mad? They call CPS. It's a gamble. I'd call the state number for cps and say a friend is doing what it is you plan to do. If they give you a negative response I personally would not risk it.
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Paposlady,

I hate to bring bad news to anyone but Illinois has lifetime parole supervision on some RSO's.

When you say he his projected Discharge date says: 3 years to life-to be determined then he qualifies for the lifetime parole supervision.

Parole will not allow any sex offender to live anywhere where someone under 18 resides or visits frequently.

There is a process to allow for contact but it is years long including polygraphs, sex offender therapist, DCFS, the parole agent and parole supervisor.

Sorry to be the one to provide this information.

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