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Old 11-08-2017, 05:37 PM
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Originally Posted by Minor activist View Post
I'm getting into total guesswork here. Any of the lawyers here are welcome to provide a reality check.

Those conditions of probation are imposed by the judge? Usually boilerplate?

Could judges be urged to write conditions of probation to permit pursuing lawful employment and business with people who have records?

Developing a talent pool includes education. Here's some people who've been making a go of it for years: http://postprisonedu.org/pages/1/about-us/ It's not the same problem you're working on but I bet they've had to fight some of the same issues you will.
Hey Minor this is the same person who was giving out commissary as rewards for those who walked away from troubling situations. The whole idea is good but not for this particular inmate at this time. OP might want to feed his delusions but I don't.
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