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cindy4361

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What is the name of your state? california



my husband was arrested for drug possesion and went to court and recieved prop 36.but he was under suspision for burglary.no charges were filed but now he has a parole hearing and they have the burglury listed in his violations.he did not do it they say his description and car match the burgluary.can they stop his prop 36 if he is found in violation and is a parole violation for burglaury any different from being charged. will it be just a violation or a new thing on his record how can you be found in violatin if there were no charges filed for the burglury.they offered him 12 month violation before the hearing but if he accepts it is that saying you are guilty of burglury and can they charge him after
help dont understand how parole hearings work
 


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CombatTN88

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cindy4361 said:
What is the name of your state? california



my husband was arrested for drug possesion and went to court and recieved prop 36.but he was under suspision for burglary.no charges were filed but now he has a parole hearing and they have the burglury listed in his violations.he did not do it they say his description and car match the burgluary.can they stop his prop 36 if he is found in violation and is a parole violation for burglaury any different from being charged. will it be just a violation or a new thing on his record how can you be found in violatin if there were no charges filed for the burglury.they offered him 12 month violation before the hearing but if he accepts it is that saying you are guilty of burglury and can they charge him after
help dont understand how parole hearings work
Are you saying that your husband was convicted of drug possession and was sent to the prison. After a stint in prison, he got parole then was re-arrested for burglary, but were no charges against him, but still he has to serve 12 more months, right?

Being a parolee is not a funny thing. Ever if he got arrested, his parole could be screwed up, even if he was innocent or charges were being dismissed.
 

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