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i need help in writting a letter to the parole board for a relative who is eligable for parole in the very near future, i've bee asked to write a letter to the board and not sure what to say, nor do i know a format.
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I'm writing a parole letter for financing my brother
Guest i need help in writting a letter to the parole board for a relative who is eligable for parole in the very near future, i've bee asked to write a letter to the board and not sure what to say, nor do i know a format.
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I need help in writing to the parole broad for my son who is close to a parole hearing in the coming months. I really don't know how to start the letter, please help
AnonymousI need help in writing to the parole broad for my son who is close to a parole hearing in the coming months. I really don't know how to start the letter, please help
1. Look at a letter corrected by AlphaStars a little higher in this thread.
2. Check with an attorney to see what points you need to cover in your letter. Then, organize your thoughts, write a draft, and post it here for us to help you with problems with grammar, structure, or vocabulary.
AnonymousI need help in writing to the parole board...
If you went in person, what would you say to the board?

1) My son has evil in his heart, even though he was raised in a good Christian home. I could not control him when he was a child. Please do not give him parole because he is not sorry for what he did. He is a danger to society and will get into trouble again.
2) My son has reformed. He wants a better life for himself and is very sorry for what he did. If he is released, he will live at home, finish high school and work in his father's mechanic shop. He wants to teach his own little boy not to get into gangs and drugs and a life of crime.
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Dear Members of the Parole Board;

My name is (your name), and I am writing on behalf of my (son/husband/friend), (inmates name and number). I would like to ask that you grant parole to (inmate's name), when he appears before you at his parole hearing soon.
I understand that my (son/friend/husband) made many terrible mistakes that negatively effected the lives of many people and resulted in him being sent to prison. I pray each night for my son and for anyone he may have hurt or caused harm.
(inmate name) is a good person and very sorry for what he has done. He just wants an opportunity to prove it. During his time in prison he has taken advantage of many programs that were offered to help him become a better person.
If he is granted parole his family is prepared to give him all the support he needs to ensure that he does not return to prison or a negative lifestyle again. Thank you for your time.

Sincerely yours,

(sign your name
& Address)
I need help were where to pay 450 to get my wife home on parole?
he is my son

he is charged with organized crime, by phone, he has been in for a while, parole is coming up in 2017. he finish school in thre an taking othre courses, he works in there, he supports me alot by talking on the phone and a visit often, he is a father of 4 children, he is in their life with support, money on special occasion and mental support. please help me write a letter. I willing and able support him mentally and physically as he needs.
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Bob Jones is my son. He was convicted of organized crime in 2003. His parole hearing is coming up in 2017.
He will finish school in three (years? Months? weeks?) and is taking other courses. He works a job in prison. He gives me great support by talking on the phone and I visit him often. He is the devoted father of 4 children. He is in their lives as much as possible with support, money on special occasions and mental support.
If his parole is approved, I willing and able to support him mentally and physically as he needs.
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