Yes ,i happen to be under the old sentencing guidelines and come this november i,d have been out and under continuous supervision for 5 years and it is said that the u.s parole commission must terminate my supervision unless it finds that i will engage in conduct violating any law.( this is there rule) now my question is if in that 5years i had a dirty u.a will that disquallify me? And will the federal public defenders represent me? How can i petition for a hearing or is it automatic like they say,because theynsay any findings of that nature will be made after i,v had a hearing. My email address is (XXXXX@XXXXXX.XXX)
State/Country relating to question: Washington
All ive been doing since ive been released is maintain employment,pay restitution,ive had a child since then also and support her as well,as far as contacting anyone i,mmdoing that now, and one thing should be known when i was released in november 9,2007 i also had supervised release running concurrent to my parole supervision it ran out after 3yrs. And i cannot understand why they both didnt end at the same time asmthey were concurrent.
Hello. I am a licensed attorney and will be helping you with your question today. I want to be sure I understand your question first. You are eligible to be released from post release supervision this November, but are concerned that they will not release this supervision because you had a dirty urine in the past five years?
Secondly, you want to know if it is the case that they find that the dirty urine disqualifies you from release from supervision, will you be represented, will you get a hearing, etc?
The chat system tends to have flaws that inhibit our ability to communicate so I would prefer to communicate this way, so that I am sure you are receiving my messages. I am not done answering your question so please do not rate it yet. I am still awaiting your answers to the above questions. SmithEsq41109.6956572917
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