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Old 08-07-2019, 06:39 PM
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You're right, every PO is different and some are more lenient than others. Provided you knew her before her incarceration, played absolutely no part in the behavior that led to her incarceration, are employed and can be a positive influence in her life I'm going to venture a guess that most (maybe not all, but most) PO's would simply wish you both a long & prosperous life. A few might want you to wait 6 months or so. Then there are the ones that say "Uh, hell no." All you (she) can do is ask. And I advise that she ask her PO, if not the very first meeting after release, at least at the second one. Congratulations! ♥
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