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Parolees have been given a second chance. Violation of that second chance puts the offender in a very bad position. The judge that sentenced him will face him for this violation. The judge had to write on the Judgement and Commitment Order that parole was an option. Now, the judge will now take a hard-line for the next decision, since the inmate did not take the leniency seriously. We think he will do the remaining time on the old charge PLUSRead more
It depends on what the violation was and how pissed off the prosecutor and judge are at him for not taking the leniency he was granted serious enough not to mess up. We predict he will do some more time.Read more
It is probably not a problem, however, we would recommend contacting the staff at the prison to be 100% sure. Nothing will happen to you, but i might reflect negatively on your brother who is still locked up if they don't allow it.Read more
Probation violations do not get bail of any kind. They must wait and appear before the magistrate that sentenced them to see what the punishment will be, if any.Read more
You will need to locate the email address or phone number for the Parole Board (different in every state) and file a petition in opposition to the inmate's pending hearing for early release. The Board takes these petitions seriouslyRead more
When an inmate is granted probation, the Probation Agent immediately conducts an initial supervision interview with the probationer. At this time, the individual is provided with the conditions of his/her probation. During the term of probation, a probation agent monitors the individual throughout the probation sentence.Read more
It could take a few weeks or a few months, there is no specific timeline for the early release.Read more
The automatic 5-year sentence is if this was a felony gun probation violation. It is now up to the original sentencing judge to decide his fate.Read more
A probation violation could be as severe as having to do the entire remaining time left on their original sentence to the judge feeling that they don't need any more time at all. The bottom line is that your loved one needs to WAKE UP and finish their probation without getting into trouble.Read more
There is no time limit. The parole board hearing is a privilege that is given by the sentencing judge. The detaining organization decides when the parole hearings will be held and for whom.Read more