Employment & Licensing: Parole and Probation Restrictions
- Fact sheet from the Michigan Bar explaining employment rights for people with criminal records.
- Parole and probation orders may restrict a person's occupation or locations where a person may work.
- In order to impose occupational restrictions as a condition of probation or supervised release, there must be a reasonably direct relationship between the offense and occupational conditions, and it must be reasonably necessary to protect the public.
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