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The Most Common Cause of New Jersey Parole Violation


My name is Ron Helmer. I'm the managing partner of Helmer, Conley & Kasselman. I'm going to discuss violations of parole with you. When a person is placed on parole after they're incarcerated, there are various requirements that they have to obey. One of them is reporting regularly to parole.

It's a common mistake not to call your parole officer or to come in when you're supposed to. Obviously, if you miss an appointment, you should call immediately and try to fix it. There are more serious violations such as having a dirty urine, failing to complete a program or being picked up on a new crime.

No matter what the violation of parole is, we can help you. Call me on my cell phone at 609-685-0665 if you have any questions about parole or violations of parole. I will be happy to help you.  I can also be reached online on our website.  

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