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Old 01-16-2009, 02:00 PM
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VENTING !!!!!! the CDCR is so stupid...What are they thinking?? I just got a phone call from my son saying that he was told that he must live in the county the crime was committed. He can not come live with me because I live 10 minutes away in a different county. I ask him where they excepted him to live, he said that is not their problem, it is his. I am so upset right now how stupid can they be. "We believe that it would be better for him to live in a motel or on the streets, where chances are they will go back, instead of releasing him to a home where people love him and can help him make the "right choices". I just can not believe this bulls***. How in the heck can they do this, lets put them back to where the crime happen, so all the old gang is around and how can they start over if they don't care what is best for them. Steam is coming out of my ears!!!! I am so sick of them thinking they know what the heck they are doing cause they don't. If I could really type what is coming out of my mouth right now, I would get kick off. What am I going to do about this? How can I make them see that my home is the best place for him to be? Do you think I could just rent him a motel room and he could really live here with me? What would happen if we got caught? My blood pressure is going up, I hate that I have no say or control. Maybe if we all pray hard enough they will see my home is where he needs to be. My son is doing so well, this would not be good for him. OK, I vented now I am crying, why do they make it so ******* hard.
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Old 01-16-2009, 02:41 PM
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I know just what you mean. He can put in for a parole transfer with his PO. They say "The county clearly wants him to be living at a stable address, and prefers a lot of family support." So I think you would have a good shot at it.
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I also posted the comment in the CA form and this is what I was told...
Just to confirm, the rule used to be they had to parole to the county where the crime was committed but that was changed years ago to be the county of last residence. If your son lived in the same county as you when he was arrested that is where he will automatically parole to.
What in the world would I do without you folks. My son has gotten some incorrect information, he said he had asked his couseler and the rquest denied. Gotta get him a letter out saying his infor is wrong. GOD is good and fast.
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This is the penal code where it states paroling to last legal address.

This is the link to the CALIFORNIA PENAL CODE section 3000-3006

CALIFORNIA PENAL CODE


3003. (a) Except as otherwise provided in this section, an inmate
who is released on parole shall be returned to the county that was
the last legal residence of the inmate prior to his or her
incarceration.
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Wow, I can understand your frustration. You want the best for your son and being with family certainly would help him stay on the right track. I hope this works out for all of you. It makes you wonder if anyone is thinking about the long term out come.
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Judean, I hope you have gotten this matter resolved. We have to keep a check on all the rules and regulations. They make mistakes also, and if it wasn't for us moms and dads looking out for our children, they would be lost and without a clue as to what they were being told. All they can do is listen to them and follow their rules. It is up to us to make sure the best we can that they are being told right!
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this happened to my son a few yrs back. he had a DUI in a county 3 hrs from me. he was in jail a year and they decided to parole him, but he could not leave that county. it was a nightmare of him homeless at first, then a guy at an AA mtg took him in. he lived in a halfway house a bit too, again, a mess.
I finally called my state representative's office and found out IF your home county will put them on parole there...they can come. if you can prove with even one piece of mail that came to your house for your son..that this is his home...they should consider this option.
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I have heard the same thing that only if the county that was his last residence will take them can they go there or they have to go to the county that the crime was committed in. I work with a girl who's boyfriend got out 6 wks ago and they are still fighting it for whatever good it does she says because no one wants to take on any more than they have to with the work load they already have. I fear for this too when my son gets out because he need to come here not a county away which is like 15 miles where they would release him. There is rumor that they are going to drop the parole in calif. for non-violet offenders......because of the work load. Has anyone heard anything about this?
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They told my son the same thing. He has to have an address in the county where he was arrested, which is Vancouver Washington and we live in Salem oregon. He has another two plus years to go but I just want to be prepared, you know.
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OK, Because my son lived at the county jail for so long that is his last know address or so that is what they are trying to tell me. I have a call into his couseler. It looks has if this could be a little harder than I thought. I don't know why this should be surprise me. I have been told that it can take up to 6 months after released to get a transfer. California, is the place you want to be...
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