Inmates up for Parole?

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Parole is the provisional release of an inmate who agrees to abide by certain conditions. In most cases, inmates up for parole have to be seen by a parole board before they will be released. The parole board will ask questions and make evaluations as to whether they feel the inmate is suitable for parole or not. In most cases, the courts specify how much time an inmate must serve before they become eligible for parole. This is often done by specifying a range of time, for example 15 to 25 years. This means that the inmate must serve 15 years before he can become eligible for parole.
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1. Go to the Inmate Locator on the Federal Bureau of Prisons' website, listed as a Resource below. There, you can find anyone that has been incarcerated in Federal prison since 1982
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He will receive a letter within thirty to sixty days.
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The Federal Bureau of Prisons is available to provide
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He will become eligible for parole automatically, but the exact date depends on his offense. It's impossible to tell when that will happen without knowing the charges that sent him
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