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Old 10-23-2016, 08:56 PM
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Originally Posted by CenTexLyn View Post
Parole revocation hearings rarely are heard by a judge. They share some similarities with probation revocations, but it is a different process. There is generally no 'sentencing order' on a parole revocation precisely because there is no new criminal conviction that is being sent to the prison administrative offices.
Thanks for clearing that up. There was no new criminal conviction on my son's revocation either but they used the sentencing order wording to describe the revocation time to serve. I wonder if the parole board would use some of the same considerations & possibly dismiss the revocation if enough evidence could be presented. Keeping my fingers crossed that a compromise can be reached.
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