Am I going to get violated by parole?
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Yours is a fact pattern that is common in this national environment of snowflake justice. You have an interpersonal argument that triggers cops, that triggers prosecution, that triggers parole that triggers rearrest. You are asking whether you will be rearrested. Your rearrest will lead to revocation of your parole, and you'll be sent to prison to serve out your time. It's a Nazi solution to the problem of controlling the public.
However, time has passed. The public stood up and through the various news papers and media sources, announced a hiatus to this zippidy caging protocol. Today, we are seeing legislation that is taking over our judiciary, and releasing all but the high-level (violent) criminals. This means you stand a chance of being violated as to your parole, but it is doubtful you will be forced to sit in a cage as a result.
Sitting in a cage is the final solution in America, but Americans appear to be wisening up a bit. As for your situation, you may be in the clear because of political action people are taking, and not because you deserve or do not deserve to be caged.
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