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Yes, I am afraid that in Texas the Parole Board has the authority to extend parole/supervision and they act as the court
in matters involving inmates. You do have a right to appeal
the parole board's decision to the court, but If you did commit a parole violation
and were arrested, they have a right to extend your sentence for that time I am afraid.
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