What Is a Morrissey Hearing?

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A Morrissey hearing is an informal trial used in the United States in response to a parole violation, with the purpose of making sure that infringement is based on proven facts. The hearing can take place with the defendant in or out of custody, and the victim may be ordered to testify. The victim can be questioned before or in the absence of the parolee, and in case of their absence, a parolee lists down the questions to be asked.
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