Depends on the PO's report and what the allegations were. In most cases, the offender has to do the remaining time on their original sentence.
My gf picked up new charge causing a VOP..NEW CASE IS FINAL A SHE RECEIVED 2YRS PRO BUT HER Vop hearing was 1-13-17 n says continued.its now mid april n there still is no vop hearing n shes been confined since 12-15-16.whats the process?
Violation of probation is a big problem. The court is in no hurry to hear these cases as they are aggravated that the probationer couldn't stay out of trouble and avoid more jail time. It could be that she gets to finish her original sentence. Not to mention, she has a new charge to deal with... some people just like it in there.
My boyfriend is on parole in state of Ga. AND we have a house in Alabama isn't HE allowed to move to this state.
For him to move from the jurisdiction where he was convicted and released on paroled to another state, he will need permission from the court (his judge) and the Parole Office prior to even think about moving.
My boyfriend is in Joe corley for not reporting to federal probation.. He called earlier and told me that in 8 months he will be reinstated. My question: is it possible that he could be released early? How do I find out an actual release date?
Federal probation violation is a serious charge. They do not give a second chance to offenders that cannot follow rules after they are released early.
My gf was sentenced to 30 mo for revocation but still has pending revocation in another county. Will she even be able to parole home
The probation violation will most likely cause her to lose any good time earned. Most oftentimes, the judge will have the violator finish out what was on her original sentence.
My fiance is in Washington County Akron, CO for violating parole. His parole was almost over. What do yall think is going to happen to him?
Depends on what he did to violate. If it was a minor issue, they might have him do the balance of the sentence that remains. If it was major, there might be new charges that he will have to deal with. WHY would he violate with so little time left? This is a sign of someone that is afraid of reentry, subconsciously he might feel safer inside than on the outside...
How long do people stay in jail for a parole valuation. Even tho i discharge already i still have a warrant
If you were discharged with probation time (paper), then a violation would trigger a warrant for your arrest issued by the judge who sentenced you originally and sworn out by your probation officer. If you are not on paper, the warrant must pertain to something different than a probation violation.
You daughter violated her probation, she will be designated to the facility of their choosing. They are not considering her family's hardships, nor is she entitled to decide where they are going to hold her. If she didn't want to go back in, she knew what the rules of freedom were. Maybe after these next eleven months she will listen to you and behave herself. She has to change or the next time will be much, much more severe.
The 60-90 days is a range. The offenders that comply perfectly with the programming get out way before the 90 days.
No, it's very unlikely. For starters, the UK will not allow a felon from the US to even enter or gain temporary visa status with a conviction on their record. There was an incident that occurred when Martha Steewart tried to enter Great Britain for a business meeting after she was released from prison - she was not allowed to enter. A sex offender will no doubt meet the same barrier.