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I suggest you can go to the court house and speak to the clerk and make sure that he is on the docket for this recent situation in GA. They will be able to tell you when the court date is. Unfortunately, there is no way to rush the court as we are always at the mercy of the docket
Once that hearing is held and determined his guilt or innocence, then the matter will be given to Texas and they can decide when to bring him back - Which, if he has a sentence in GA they will not come for him until it is complete. Then the warrant will kick in.
Now, if his parole was near end, I suggest, you might contact his parole agent in Texas and let them know what is going on and see if he gets a conviction here and a sentence, if the will be willing to recall the warrant - which they might do if the new sentence in GA exceeds the expiration date of his parole
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