What are the legal consequences of parole?

First, during the parole test period, the criminals on parole did not experience the situation stipulated in Article 86 of the Criminal Law, that is, they did not commit new crimes or found omissions, or did not violate laws, administrative regulations or the supervision and management of parole by the State Council s public security department. For the prescribed behavior, the trial of parole expires and the original sentence is deemed to have been executed.

Second, criminals who have been paroled shall commit new crimes within the parole test period or find that they have no other crimes before the verdict is announced. Parole shall be revoked and multiple crimes shall be implemented in accordance with Articles 70 and 71 of the Criminal Law. And fine.

Third, during the period of parole testing, the parole criminals have violated laws, administrative regulations or the provisions of the public security department of the State Council on the supervision and management of parole, and have not constituted a new crime. Unfinished sentence.

Fourth, if a criminal who is paroled is found to have committed a new crime within the parole test period after the expiry of the parole test period, as long as the time limit for prosecution is not exceeded, he should also follow the relevant provisions of Article 86 of the Criminal Law. Parole is revoked, and penalties imposed on previous crimes and penalties imposed on subsequent crimes are determined in accordance with Article 69 of the Criminal Law.

Fifth, after a criminal is released on parole, the additional sentence must continue to be executed. Where the original sentence was for additional political deprivation, the sentence for the additional political deprivation shall be calculated from the date of parole.

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