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parole is a privilege and not a right. therefore, the decision is not available for appeal - it seems that he was given a set off/rehear date for 90 days and if does not get anymore infractions, tickets "write ups" then the parole board may allow him the opportunity to finish his sentence outside in the community. so he needs to make certain that he does not get any behavioral adjustments.
let me say this, the parole board is given all information on an inmate from beginning to end - they are provided with records, programs they have participated in while incarcerated, criminal history - if you BF says he did not get an infraction then that is something he needs to take up with his case manager to get it straightened out.
then once that is corrected he can write the parole board with the supporting information that an error had been made and ask for an earlier rehear.
also, before an inmate is presented the board, they are given the opportunity to review their file for discrepancies and these type of errors - at that time, he should have made his case manager aware that he never got a formal ticket "write up" so he needs to get this corrected in that manner.