They will extradite him to New Jersey for the parole violation either before or after he answers these new charges. The courts in the two states will work out an agreement to satisfy them both. More than likely, he will have time to finish in New Jersey for the violation and serve another sentence "down south" on these very serious charges. We are dubious that he will be free for a while. The multiple new felony charges will make him vulnerable to a lengthy sentence as a repeat offender. He will not be in a position to start a new life for quite some time, we are afraid.
Accepted Answer Date Created: April 21,2016