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If arrested for parole violation for absconding, with

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If arrested for parole violation for absconding, with pending charges that the DA has had to drop to to lack of evidence. Now another set of charges but same charges are being filed but not charged for them get. This has been going on since the 10/27. No bail. I should
JA: Since parole regulations vary, can you tell me what state this is in?
Customer: California
JA: Has anything been filed or reported?
Customer: An incident report by someone is what the pending charges are.
JA: I'm not sure of the exact price, but there's only a $5 deposit. The rest of the price information will be on the page I send you to.
Customer: Ok
JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?
Customer: This a federal case in which I served 11 years
Submitted: 15 days ago.
Category: Criminal Law
Expert:  Nisha Jones, Esq. replied 15 days ago.

Good morning, I am a Criminal Defense attorney and former Prosecutor for the State Attorney's Office. I'll be answering your questions today, please understand this is for informational purposes only, and we do not currently have an attorney-client relationship.

Just to clarify so that I can make sure I get you the information you need, are you saying that:

1. you were on parole,

2. there was a new alleged crime,

3. you avoided arrest,

4. were charged for violation of parole,

5. the alleged charge got dropped,

6. there's now a new alleged charge.

And you're wondering what's your legal status now? And whether you/the individual in question will be given a bond amount? And whether you'll be violated for parole?

Is that correct?

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