- Upon release, I will report no later than 48 hours to the Probation and Parole Office, Department of Public Safety, which is listed on this certificate.
- I will submit a monthly report by the fifth of every month until I complete my supervision. I will also report to my Parole Officer when ordered to do so.
- I will live at the address on this Certificate. If I must move from this address, I will get permission from my Parole Officer before doing so. In addition, I will not leave the State of Louisiana without written permission from my Parole Officer.
- I will not engage in any criminal activity, nor will I associate with people who are known to be involved in criminal activity. I will avoid bars and casinos. I will refrain from the illegal use of drugs or alcohol.
- I shall not have in my possession or control any firearms or dangerous weapons.
- I will work at a job approved by my Parole Officer; if I become unemployed, I will immediately report this to my Parole Officer.
- I will truthfully and promptly answer all questions directed to me by my Parole Officer.
- I will submit myself to available medical, mental health or substance abuse exams, treatment or both when ordered to do so by your Parole Officer. Also, I will submit to drug and alcohol screens at my own expense.
- I agree to visits at my residence or place of employment by my Parole Officer at any time. I also agree to searches of my person, property, residence, and/or vehicle, when reasonable suspicion exists that I am or have been engaged in criminal activity.
- I will pay supervision fees in an amount set by the Louisiana Department of Corrections pursuant to the Louisiana Revised Statutes. Payments are due the first day of each month.
- That I do hereby waive extradition to the State of Louisiana from any jurisdiction in or outside of the United States where I may be found and also agree that I will not contest any effort by any jurisdiction to return me to the State of Louisiana.
- I understand that should my parole be revoked for any reason, I will forfeit all good time earned and/or any additional credits earned or could have earned on that portion of my sentence served prior to the granting of parole. I am to serve the remainder of my sentence as of the date of my release on parole.
Art. 895. Conditions of Probation
A. When the court places a defendant on probation, it shall require the defendant to refrain from criminal conduct and to pay a supervision fee to defray the costs of probation supervision, and it may impose any specific conditions reasonably related to his rehabilitation, including any of the following. That the defendant shall:
- Make a full and truthful report at the end of each month;
- Meet his specified family responsibilities, including any obligations imposed in a court order of child support;
- Report to the probation officer as directed;
- Permit the probation officer to visit him at his home or elsewhere;
- Devote himself to an approved employment or occupation;
- Refrain from owning or possessing firearms or other dangerous weapons;
- Make reasonable reparation or restitution to the aggrieved party for damage or loss caused by his offense in an amount to be determined by the court;
- Refrain from frequenting unlawful or disreputable places or consorting with disreputable persons;
- Remain within the jurisdiction of the court and get the permission of the probation officer before making any change in his address or his employment; and
- Devote himself to an approved reading program at his cost if he is unable to read the English language.
- Perform community service work as ordered by the Court.
- Submit himself to available medical, psychiatric, mental health, or substance abuse examination or treatment or both when deemed appropriate and ordered to do so by the probation and parole officer.
- Agree to searches of his person, his property, his place of residence, his vehicle, or his personal effects, or any or all of them, at any time, by the probation officer or the parole officer assigned to him, with or without a warrant of arrest or with or without a search warrant, when the probation officer or the parole officer has reasonable suspicion to believe that the person who is on probation is engaged in or has been engaged in criminal activity.