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Good afternoon,It's Doug again.
When NY transferred your parole to CA that made CA solely responsible for your parole term and NY is out of the picture. If you are violated and caught, then it will be the state of CA that deals with the violation. Again, NY is no longer in the picture.
And yes, the state of Louisiana does care----but they are not going to hunt for you. If you pop up on their radar because you are stopped, then you will be arrested. CA will not extradite every violator and much depends on your parole officer and whether he pushes for the extradition.
By the way, it was not Texas protecting your friend from extradition. It was CA that didn't bother to seek to extradite him.
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You wrote: with regards ***** ***** violation for leaving the state of CA, would the penalty be totally dependent on what a judge says? The CA Parole Board is in charge of determining your fate.
If I had 2 years parole and I already completed one, does that mean the maximum I could be sent back to prison would be 1 more year? Street time is lost if you are violated. If you had 2 years of incarceration remaining when you went on parole, you could be sent back to prison for the full 2 years.
Is this something I could hire abn attorney for to negotiate a deal prior to turning myself in? No, the Parole Board is not going to negotiate with you prior to your arrest and holding for the revocation hearing.
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