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Old 08-03-2019, 10:11 PM
Amandainohio Amandainohio is offline
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Default "Post Release Control" violations w & w/o new felony: All this means?

On my boyfriends court docket it has the following:

Defendant notified that if post release control conditions
are violated the adult parole authority or parole board
may impose a more restrictive or longer control sanction
or return a defendant to prison for up to nine months for
each violation, up to a maximum of 50% of the stated term
originally imposed. Defendant further notified that if
the violation of post release control conditions is a new
felony, a defendant may be both returned to prison for the
greater of one year or the time remaining on post release
control, plus receive a prison term for the new felony.

This was in his original case, he violated his conditions and picked up a new felony (f5) and misdemeanor (1). I want to make sure they followed this order when they gave him his sentence but it is kind of confusing to me.
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