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Old 01-14-2020, 11:10 AM
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Default Parole Officer: has anyone had this one?

Does anyone have any prior or current involvement with PO Christian Campaniolo?
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family lawyer and PO at the same time....hard to get in touch with during the day...doesn't like to hear your answers to his questions....assumes he knows the answer (often wrong!)… tough to deal with!)
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I found this: http://campaniololaw.com/about

His own blurb sounds like he is no longer a PO. The use of the term "Esquire" (which is not used in US English to denote anything, though in Britain, it is an unofficial title of respect, having no precise significance, which is used to denote a high but indeterminate social status) is interesting and pompous at best, misleading at worst.
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In the US Esquire (Esq.) denotes someone who practices law ie lawyer or attorney.
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