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    spb123 is offline Junior Member
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    Parole violation, white warrant?

    What is the name of your state? Arkansas
    This has to do with Ar and Texas. Ok, my friend was convicted in Texas for 3 felonies---1.Possesion (I don't know what though), 2. Arson, 3. Unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. He was sentenced to 5 years in a Texas prison. He served one year and got out on parole, and came here to Arkansas. Well, he's ended up in jail again and now he has these felony charges against him---1. 1st degree vandalism, 2. Theft by receiving, 3. Criminal Mischeif. They may drop some to misdemeanors or drop one of the charges. I don't know. He hasn't been convicted yet, but with the way things are going I'm sure he will be convicted of all three.
    But what I'm wondering is what is going to happen to him just at the fact that he was on parole and is in trouble again? Is he going to HAVE to serve the rest of his 4 years from Texas? And if so, would he even be able to be eligable for parole again? And when I went to visit him he said that Texas put a white warrant on him. What does that mean?
    Thank you so much for anyone that can help.
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    seniorjudge is offline Senior Member
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    A "white warrant" means a warrant issued for a parole/probation revocation.

    You need to surrender. The warrant will never go away.
    There are two rules for success:

    (1) Never tell everything you know.
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    Cool white warrant

    In Texas if you violate parole or probation a BLUE warrant is issued. A WHITE warrant is issued for a mental or addiction disorder. A family member or a parole officer can have this done and you will have to have a psychiatric evaluation.
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    cyjeff is offline Senior Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by toniboswell View Post
    In Texas if you violate parole or probation a BLUE warrant is issued. A WHITE warrant is issued for a mental or addiction disorder. A family member or a parole officer can have this done and you will have to have a psychiatric evaluation.
    You do realize that this thread is 4 years old, right?

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