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Old 04-29-2012, 11:42 AM
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Hey I'm from California... My fiance just got arrested on a traffic stop and was taken into Alameda County Jail (Santa Rita) for parole violation. His parole violation was for going on the run for 14 months. He did not pick up any new charges. My fiance started this vicious cycle in 2009 when he was scentenced to 6 years for insurance fraud (white collar crime) and sales of a controlled substance (steroids). He was given this "N" number, which I am trying to figure out, and sent to CRC, NORCO. He did 13 months got out and was supposed to complete 3 months in a inpatient rehab program. He got kicked out of rehab and was sent back to CRC, NORCO where he did his program again. When he was sent to the same rehab for the second time he got kicked out again. Instead of going to see his parole officer we left town and stayed away for 14 months. We came back to Cali for his job and on his way to work he got pulled over for having "tinted windows". I am fearful that he will have to go back to prison and go through this vicious cylce again. I am 8 months pregnant with my first child and I am terrified that I will have to give birth to our son alone. I have no one, my fiance is my stability. His mother had hired him an attorney and she said something about the REALIGNMENT ACT. the REALIGNMENT ACT is a new law passed in Cali that stops parolees from having to go through a vicious cycle like my fiance. the REALIGNMENT ACT takes the jurastiction away from the state and gives it to counties. The most a parole violator can spend in jail is 180 days in county. Is this true? Will this work with the "N" number? I need some peace of mind. Please help...
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Old 04-29-2012, 03:57 PM
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Hi welcome to the forum Unfortuantely I don't have an answer for your question but maybe try asking in the California forums to see if anyone else has heard of it who may have a better idea about it?
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Old 04-29-2012, 06:04 PM
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Thanks so much for responding! I went to that thread, but I have no idea how to post my question... this web site is all to confusing to me =P. I'm still trying to figure out how to post a new thread or question...

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Old 04-30-2012, 09:06 AM
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