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Old 01-31-2008, 10:36 AM
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I was wondering if an inmate waives their parole hearing and then before the hearing was originally scheduled, they change their mind and decide that they want to see the board after all...... Can they have the waiver lifted and still see the board???
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While not impossible, it would be very, very difficult and the reason would have to be exceptional. Truthfully, the last thing any inmate would want to do is "inconvienence" the parole board. They have very long memories.
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Thanks Vicki, I called the parole board today and they said that he had to write them a letter. Any suggestions???? He waived it because he was afraid that he wouldnt make it his first time up. I guess he listened to other inmates horror stories.
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I know someone who did that, and they had to wait almost another year before the board would see them again! He's still waiting. don't do it!
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If it were me, I would write a sincere letter to the board explaining to the best of my ability that I had waived my hearing because I had been unduly influenced by what I had been told about my chances about making parole. I would say that I had had time to reconsider and would like to go before the board as originally scheduled and accept whatever decision was made. All they can do is say no, and the most he will have to wait is 12 months to see the board, which is what he is going to do since he has already waved his hearing date.

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Thank you.............Hes in the process of writing the letter now. I never really understood why he waived it in the first place but he did, and now we might have to wait another year but Im going to do alot of praying. Hopefully things will turn out good.
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They let him keep his original scheduled date and time, Thank God , for that . Now we need prayers for his parole hearing , Monday.
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Congrats - that's good news! Many good thoughts and prayers coming your way!
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