The Term Parole Comes from the French Word Parol, Which
The term parole comes from the French word parol, which means ______.
A) prisoner of war
B) remarkable experiment
C) word of honor
D) indeterminate sentence
Some Australians opposed early parole efforts because the efforts were seen as ______.
A) too harsh
B) a ticket to leave Australia
C) an economic drain
D) coddling criminals
Which action led to the first parole system in America?
A) implementing a ticket of leave system
B) creating a statute that allowed indeterminate sentences
C) applying a philosophy of reforming offenders
D) providing punishment for past crimes and training for future
Which of the following is a reason for the relatively rapid spread of parole legislation?
A) dissatisfaction with the determinate sentencing
B) desire for harsher sentencing for offenders
C) desire to promote retribution for violent offenders
D) dissatisfaction with the "good-times" deductions already in place