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Any time a parolee is simply CHARGED with a new crime - regardless of the outcome there can be a revocation. The Parole Board makes a determination it is based on a preponderance of the evidence and not the court standard of beyond a reasonable doubt.
So a parolee can be revoked on an arrest.
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