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Probation and Parole Officers

I often get calls from people inquiring how to protect themselves from a probation or parole officer that they do not get along with. My advice is the same every single time…keep a journal. Every time you have contact with probation/parole make an entry in the journal with the date, who you spoke to, where a message was left, who the message was left for and the details of your message. This record may even be admissible at the time of a court appearance if it is kept contemporaneously with the event occurring. However, it can always be utilized by an attorney at the time of trial to refresh your recollection of an event or a date. It can be further utilized by an attorney should a violation occur against you as proof of your good faith in cooperation and working with the officer.