Conditional release

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Conditional release is a method of release from incarceration that is contingent upon obeying conditions of release under threat of revocation (return to prison) under reduced due process protections."[1] Hence, conditional release can be a synonym of parole and is sometimes viewed as a less restrictive alternative to hospitalizing psychiatric patients.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Doherty, Fiona (2013). "Indeterminate Sentencing Returns: The Invention of Supervised Release". N.Y.U. L. Rev. 88 (958).
  2. ^ Segal, S. P.; Burgess, P. M. (2006). "Conditional release: a less restrictive alternative to hospitalization?". Psychiatric Services. 57 (11): 1600–6. doi:10.1176/appi.ps.57.11.1600. PMID 17085608.