fourth waiver





Fourth Waiver refers to a common condition of probation and parole whereby probationers and parolees waive their right to be free from unreasonable government searches and seizures.

This means that probation/parole officers can search the convicts person, house, and automobiles without any evidence of wrongdoing.

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Last Modified: 08/26/2018

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