Violations are especially tough to figure out what the outcome will be. Oftentimes we are asked about situations but are only provided a fraction of the story (maybe that is all they knew). But if he failed to notify his probation officer that he changed residence, it will be up to a judge (or the board) to decide what the punishment (if any will be). The PO violated him and will put up a strong case for incarceration - this is what they do. If he's off parole in April, the worst case scenario is going back until April when it expires. The best case would be a lecture and back to work wishes by the judge.
Unless there is a whole other set of reasons you aren't aware of, we think the judge will be lenient.
Accepted Answer Date Created: July 14,2016