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1. Which of the following statements best reflects the U.S. Supreme Court’s position on parole?
A. Parole is a right, and the full range of due process rights must be afforded at parole-granting hearings.

B. Parole is a privilege, and the full range of due process rights does not need to be afforded at parole-granting hearings.

C. Parole may be granted at the sole discretion of a warden, and due process rights do not play a role in this decision.

D. Parole may be granted at the discretion of the issuing judge, and due process rights may be taken into account in his or her decision.

im confused between A and D

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