conditional release

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Release of an accused or convict from custody or imprisonment, under conditions which bar him or her from certain activities or associations. Breach of any condition will revoke the release order.

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The conditional release was made and the responsible party was made aware of the rules and regulations that must be adhered to.
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There are people that realize that though uncomfortable they would rather receive a conditional release rather than spend time behind bars.
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It was nit compete freedom for the man and he realized that it was only a conditional release and not a completely free one.
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