Criminal Justice | Learning Resources | Section 6.5

Criminal Justice

An Overview of the System

ADAM J. MCKEE


Section 6.5: Probation, Parole, and the Law


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Learning Objectives
6.5(a) Define parole revocation and explain the impact of a revocation on the offender.
6.5(b) List the major due process rights that violators have at revocation hearings.
6.5(c) Compare and contrast the Fourth Amendment rights of a probationer (or parolee) with the rights of a suspect not under correctional supervision.
6.5(d) Describe the limits that the Supreme Court has placed on the conditions of probation (or parole) that lower court judges can require.
6.5(e) Describe circumstances under which the Court will find conditions of probation (or parole) unconstitutional.

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Key Terms

  • Conditions of Release
  • Fourth Waiver
  • Fundamental Rights
  • Mempa v. Rhay (1967)
  • Morrissey v. Brewer (1972)
  • Parole Revocation

Download a Printable Vocabulary Study Guide [PDF]: Intro_Section_6.5

In your more advanced courses and in your future career, your understanding of many technical and legal terms will be taken for granted.  It is vital that you take the time to really understand the terms presented at the end of each section of this course.  We’ve gone to great lengths to provide you with assistance in mastering this vocabulary.  Don’t forget that there is an extensive glossary that defines all of the bold terms that you will encounter in your reading.  In addition, the vocabulary for each section has been made available on a very useful website called Cram.com.  This site has a wide selection of flashcards for you to study, memorize, test yourself on, and more.  Cram also has a large app store so you can find other mobile flashcards for your Android, iPhone or Windows device, allowing you to take your flashcards on the go. There are even games that add some fun to learning important terms.

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Last Updated:  6/14/2018