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.
My friend was on probation when he got charged with possession for personal use, what is going to happen
There might be some interest by the prosecution to extend the period (for your friend's own good). Heroin is not going to help keep him out of jail in the future. It's time for them to wake up and address the drug use or his life will be a revolving door, in and out of prison (not jail).
Yes, IF and only IF there is a parole provision in the offender's Judgement and Commitment Order.
They can keep him for as long as they wabt, related to the original sentence. That is the downside of violating, going back and finishing out your remaining months.
I have a friend who parole violated him he's been in county jail for a month and no one will say anything about why they have a parole hold on him or anything else. How long can they keep him with out him knowing what they have him on
A parole violation is considered a serious offense, one which carries no bond. The only one that knows why your friend is being held is your friend's parole officer and your friend. They can hold him for months and months without cause before the next step. What happens next is your friend will go before the original sentencing judge to explain why he violated. The judge can hold him for the balance of the original sentence if they choose. It's not a good...Read more
my son was sentenced to twenty years ten suspended for has first offense he is coming up on three + years when does he go for a hearing. and can i do anything to help him get released
Not really. When an inmate goes before the Parole Board, the whole thing is on him. There are no lawyers or advocates. It is strictly the assessment of the behavior while incarcerated and if they show enough contrition and remorse. Sometimes even that isn't enough. There is no magical way to get paroled, the inmate has to set the table with good behavoir and completing programming that has been recommended.
My bf got a 10 year do 5 year sentence and was transferred to prison on January 21,2016. How much of this time will he have to do before he goes up for parole? We are hoping for May of 2017, if not then he could do full time which is September 2020.
The parole hearing date is up to the facility supervisors, the Departemnt of Corrections and the Parole Board. His behavior and record will have everything to with an early hearing.
MY bf was taken into custody the other day when he went to check in with his PO. I was told he's being held pending investigation
This is sounds like probable cause for a violation. He will remain in custody pending the results of their investigation. There is nothing you can do to speed this process up.
I hope you remember me from 7'th grade at Hot Springs Middle. You have been on my mind. Wondering how you are
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