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Q: Who is a U.S. Probation Officer?
Q: What do I do if I miss my color code report date?
Q: Will I have travel restrictions while on supervision?
Q: What is the difference between probation, parole or supervised release?
Q: What happens after I am sentenced?
Q: I was sentenced and have been allowed to voluntarily surrender. Am I still on supervision?
Q: If I am sentenced to a term of incarceration, how is my place of imprisonment determined?
Q: How do I obtain a copy of my Judgment and Commitment Order?
Q: Can I obtain a license to carry a firearm with a felony conviction?
Q: How can I restore my voting right?
Q: What can I bring to the prison when I voluntary surrender?
Q: Special Assessment, Fine, and Restitution

Post Conviction

Q: What is the difference between a presentence officer and a supervision officer?
Q: Will my probation officer come to my home or workplace?
Q: Where can I find information about the United States Sentencing Commission?
Q: What is the difference between pretrial defendants and a convicted offender?
Q: When do I report to my probation officer?
Q: I have been convicted and the court has ordered a presentence investigation in my case. Do I still report to my supervision officer now that a presentence officer is preparing my report?

Presentence Investigation

Q: What is a presentence report?
Q: How do I obtain a copy of my presentence report?
Q: When will I be contacted to schedule my presentence interview?


Q: What is an Initial Appearance?