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what is parole? How does parole differ from mandatory release?
Parole is granted when the parole board determines that the inmate has made sufficient progress towards rehabilitation and no longer presents a threat to society, and can be release prior to the end of his sentence. [ Mandatory release is when the inmate must be released from custody before the official end of his sentence, because he generated enough 'credits' via good behaviour, etc. ]
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