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Old 08-03-2019, 10:11 PM
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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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Did he receive an actual "time" sentence for his PV? That's what they are discussing, the penalties for violating his old "post release conditions". That plus any time he receives for the new crimes once they are resolved in court.
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Did he receive an actual "time" sentence for his PV? That's what they are discussing, the penalties for violating his old "post release conditions". That plus any time he receives for the new crimes once they are resolved in court.
Yes, the actual time was 3 years for one charge and 1 year for the other charge to run one after the other (cannot think of the name for that right now). His new charge he got to 180 days to run at the same time with credit for time served.
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**cannot think of the name for that right now**


Consecutive, I believe. One after the other, rather than concurrent (served simultaneously)
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Consecutive, I believe. One after the other, rather than concurrent (served simultaneously)
You are exactly right! For the life of me I could not think of those words for some reason.
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