probation and parole

Halfway houses:
A. can be “halfway in” or “halfway out.”
B. can be used for probation/parole violators.
C. often encounter community opposition.
D. all of the above

My answer: I believe it is A

The "interstate compact" provides for:
A. offender employment.
B. travel expenses for interstate travel.
C. federal agents to apprehend absconders.
D. none of the above

My answer: D

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