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    JasonWD Guest

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    What is a Blue Warrant and can a lawyer keep me from going back to prison w/a blue warrant???

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    lawrat Guest
    I am a law school graduate. What I offer is mere information, not to be construed as forming an attorney client relationship.

    The judge is the ultimate decider. The lawyer can only attempt to keep you out of jail.

    Blue warrants are essentially warrants issued for parolees who violate their parole based on a subsequent arrest/violation. The revocation warrant is a precursor to the violation report which will result in a revocation hearing.


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