- v. present participle of parole.
“As Hoover's level of support grew, people quickly began to take the idea of paroling him more seriously.”
“There's no hypocrisy here between Tim Kaine's decision to deny voting rights to non-violent felons while paroling a murderer on his last day in office.”
“We just heard a caller opposing the idea of paroling these prisoners.”
“Governors and state legislatures are considering releasing and de-paroling (?) thousands of inmates convicted of non-violent drug-related crimes due to state budget woes.”
“The problem we have with paroling prisoners is they do not have any job training when they get out, then what do they do.”
“And besides, why are we paroling violent offenders anyway?”
“MGT Push secretly shortened prison sentences, paroling convicts months before they would otherwise be eligible.”
“More radical and controversial measures will be needed: to reduce sentences, amend the indeterminate sentence of prison for public protection and reverse on the one hand the decline in paroling rates and on the other the increasing numbers who breach community supervision and are recalled to prison.”
“Under such circumstances my prisoners would prove a decided embarrassment, so I abandoned further attempts to get them together -- not even paroling them, which I thought might have been done with but little risk.”
“A large number of prisoners, mostly sick and convalescent, also fell into our hands; but as we could not carry them with ussuch a hurried departure was an immediate necessity, by reason of our critical situation -- the process of paroling them was not completed, and they doubtless passed back to active service in the Confederacy, properly enough unrecognized as prisoners of war by their superiors.”
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