I was wondering two things about the show- First, in the preview for the upcoming episode, Callie says she is on probation, but isn’t she actually on parole? I know that until now neither of those terms have been said in the show, but when I saw the preview I hadn’t ever bothered to officially learn what they mean, so I looked up the words. Multiple places say that PAROLE is when someone is released early from jail, while probation is when a convict is ‘released’ from custody with strict requirements without going to jail. But in the show Callie was in juvie for a period of time, so unless I don’t understand something about the legal aspects, couldn’t she only be on parole now? Just curious, thanks. Since apparently Callie was released early with restrictions, I am also wondering how it could be possible that her case was reviewed and she was deemed eligible, BECAUSE clearly the judge/court must have deemed her guilty and lying (she implied to Brandon that she tried to explain what really happened but no one ‘cared’/believed her) in order for her to be sent to jail. So while it may not be totally clear, I’m also wondering, what do you all think happened there? Thanks again!