He hasn't picked up any new charges. Hasn't failed any screens while on parole.
Criminal Defense Attorney
If your question states all of the facts, your son should not have much to worry about. Once his sentence on parole is over, he is finished. However, if he has a term of probation following his parole, that failed UA could jeopardize his probation and he might find himself facing revocation proceedings. Since this event has already passed, I would wait and see what course of action the Department of Corrections will take. I would also contact an attorney to discuss your possible options.
Rather than speculate, he should wait for the results. If he failed, there is a chance the parole officer will act. After all, why have a parolee take a drug test for nothing?
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