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Old 04-26-2017, 01:44 AM
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Question I Broke No-Victim-Contact Before I Got Parole. Can My Parole Be Revoked?

I am currently a parolee in Nevada. I did some time in prison for domestic violence against my ex-girlfriend. When I was in the county jail (CCDC), I had an extended protective order against her, as well as an order from the judge not to contact her. However, I broke both of those orders and maintained contact with her through the phone and letters. While I was fighting my case, I even suggested her that she doesn't show up to court, which she has proof of in writing. I stopped calling/writing her about 8 months ago because I realized that I shouldn't be messing with someone like her, and not too long ago, I left prison on parole.

My question is: "Can my parole be revoked based on the fact that I broke the no-contact orders BEFORE I even received my parole?"
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If you mean can you be removed from parole, probably not. I'd be really worried about picking up new charges, though - different charges for attempts to suborn a witness.
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Parole violations happen when you are on parole, not before, but the judge who issued the no contact orders could definitely punish you for ignoring them. Making admissions on the public internet is a very bad idea too, it's almost a challenge to "catch me if you can."
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Most jurisdictions have adopted procedures or have their own case law similar to Ex parte Tony Ray Snow, which was a case here in Texas that dealt with that precise issue. Where such procedures exist, a revocation action may be had ONLY upon a violation alleged to occur AFTER the rules of supervision have been read and the parole certificate signed.
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