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Ronald Jamgochian v. New Jersey State Parole Board

8-6-08 (A-63-07)

A community-supervised-for-life offender, who, for some time, has been released into the community, must be afforded due
process of law before the Parole Board can impose a curfew confining the offender to his home. The level of process will depend on a number of variables and the unique circumstances of each case. At a minimum, a supervised offender must be provided
reasonable notice and a meaningful opportunity to be heard.