Can a Homeless Person Violate PRCS by Not Having a Home?

One of the general requirements of parole, probation and post-release community supervision (PRCS) is that the police be capable of finding the defendant easily.  But what if that person, either on probation or released from prison (or jail), has no home to go to?  The case of Oswaldo Ivan Gonzalez put this need of police to the test, as he appealed a violation of PRCS by being homeless.  How did his appeal fare?  Click on the following link to find out.

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