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What questions does a probation officer ask

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They may ask about past and present criminal involvement, family environment, educations, military background, employment, substance abuse, mental health and many other circumstances that indicate how you may interact with your environment and what risk you pose to society.

They may also ask you to pee in a cup.

Good luck,

~Jada~

One day I said, 'I will go out & look for my enemies' and on that day I found no friends. The next day I said, 'I will go out & look for my friends' & on that day I found no enemies. ~YeddaHeads~

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