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Request for Parole Reconsideration for Inmate Michael Aleo #103022: A Second Chance for Rehabilitation and Reintegration

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Question: Write me a letter to the idaho state parole board for inmate Michael aleo # 103022 for parole violation obscounding asking parole to grant release on parole 2nd chance. He has support, employment, a stable place to live, and has been completing Bible study course, he's in advanced practice program, he has read multiple self help books, and has made peace with his past relationship ending and has put himself in recovery for motion and has acquired a sponsor. He knows what he did was wrong and has set himself up aftercare upon release w kimi recovery. He has a good foundation and will continue his spiritual relationship w God through the lds church and has mentors in place.

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[Your Name] [Your Address] [City, State, ZIP] [Email Address] [Phone Number] [Date] Idaho State Parole Board 3056 Elder St Boise, ID 83705 United States Subject: Consideration for parole - Inmate Michael Aleo, #103022 Dear Members of Parole Board, I hope this letter finds you well. I write to you on behalf of Mr. Michael Aleo, who is currently serving time in prison due to a parole violation. I understand the seriousness of the matter but kindly request that you reconsider his position in light of recent personal developments and commitments he has made to turn his life around. Michael fully acknowledges and regrets the actions that led to his current situation. He is deeply remorseful for any harm he might have caused society. As a sign of his commitment to change, he has sought self-improvement and spiritual guidance during his stay in prison. Having completed a Bible study course and engaging actively in an advanced practice program, Michael has shown dedication to personal growth through spirituality. This is evident in his commitment to continue his spiritual journey with the LDS Church upon release, reflecting on his moral values and aiming to better himself as a member of society. Michael has shown his dedication to personal development through the reading of multiple self-help books, helping him understand his past mistakes and motivating him to change. He has turned lessons learned into actions, reconciling with the end of his past relationship and actively engaging in recovery motion. He has acquired a sponsor and shown a profound understanding of his situation. Upon his release, he has made arrangements for aftercare with KIMI Recovery. This indicates his resilience and determination to continue with his path towards recovery and rehabilitation. Moreover, Michael has solid support on the outside. There is a stable living arrangement waiting for him, as well as a guaranteed job offer. This not only offers stability but also demonstrates his willingness to reintegrate into society productively. I believe sincerely that Michael is a changed man, ready to contribute and enrich the community he once harmed. He knows the consequences of his actions and is genuinely wishing for a chance to prove his reformation and commitment to a law-abiding, productive life. Releasing him on parole would not only be a testament to the system's faith in rehabilitation but would grant Michael the chance to turn his life around for the better. I kindly request that you consider these factors when reviewing Michael's case. Thank you very much for your time and attention in this matter. Yours faithfully, [Your Name]

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Feb. 28, 2024, 5:43 p.m.

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Published: Wednesday, February 28, 2024

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