Well today I woke up and decided I needed to write a letter to the board of pardons. A little history. My daughter was in prison for drug charges in 2003. She then got out and did pretty well for a while. Then she relapsed and started taking pills again. Who knows what she was doing but regardless, in January she went to her po and asked her to please get her into a drub rehab. Her po did nothing. Since January she has been in jail 3 times, counting now. Her po never contacted her about her charges or did anything about them. I thought it was a po's job to watch over their parolee's but I guess not all of them do. Shouldnt her po have done something when she was arrested the first time? I dont know. I just think her po dropped the ball on her. If she had gotten the help she asked for in January, she wouldnt be incarcerated now. I dont take responsibility away from my daughter, but I just feel like she got lost in the system and was ignored until she was arrested 2 weeks ago. Anyone out there that can answer please do. Im so confused. By the way, I didnt know about her request for help at the time, or I would have contracted her po.
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