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I'm sorry to hear about your situation. Please refer to 234 Penn Code Sec. 708. The Judge can not revoke your probation until there has a been a full hearing, with you and counsel present, in which it is found that you violated a condition of your parole. That hearing will take place in front of the parole board in October.
I'm sorry, the statue I mentioned deals with Judge parole situations, yours is most likely governed by the Pennsylvania Board of Probation and Parole. However, my answer remains the same. You will go before the board and have a full hearing, which will determine whether you violated your parole or not.
I'am on parole got new charges criminal mischief m-3 got 1 year probation on new charges.parole board had revocke
I don't understand your previous sentence.
i'am on parole already had revoke hearing in may2,20011 parole board decision was 90 day hit ,see parole board in oct 20011 why do I have to see parole board what will they do is it for reparole.
Yes, it sounds like the 90 days is a probationary period. They will re-evaluate at that point.
At that point they may either revoke you or allow you back out on parole.
will they give me credit for the 10 months in jail
That is up to them, but usually any time is credited.
so they can do what they want to do in pa no guide lines
They should credit the time.
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