But unlike the Martinez case, Jaycee Dugard would not be suing the parole officers who voted to release Garrido in 1988.
According to his Federal Bureau of Prisons profile, Pollard is scheduled for parole in November 2015.
The judge recommended Sutcliffe serve a minimum term of 30 years before any possibility of parole be considered.
As charged, the troubled young mother now faces the death penalty or life without possibility of parole.
Instead of rushing the adjudication process, parole would be more appropriate.
But, at the same time, orders arrived from government to treat the prisoners with great strictness, and not to allow any parole.
After reigning for a twelvemonth, he was banished from Mexico on parole never to return.
All thus released from their parole were reinstated in the rights and duties of British subjects.
If he could be released from parole he would do loyal service for his country.
He was sentenced to four months, served two, and was released on parole.
1610s, "word of honor," especially "promise by a prisoner of war not to escape," from French parole "word, speech" (in parole d'honneur "word of honor") from Vulgar Latin *paraula "speech, discourse," from Latin parabola (see parable). Sense of "conditional release of a prisoner before full term" is first attested 1908 in criminal slang.
1716, from parole (n.). Originally it was what the prisoner did ("pledge"); its transitive meaning "put on parole" is first attested 1782. Related: Paroled; paroling.