Released to Georgia from FSP 29yrs on a burglary charge in 2017. Placed on parole scheduled to end July 2019 however, in 2018 I was arrested and out on bond DUI, GEORGIA was given authority to handle the case as seen fit. GEORGIA did not I violate me on a pending misdemeanor. I signed my release papers in July 2019. Florida issued a warrant for my arrest August 5, 2019 7 days before parole termination. I was stoped for a traffic violation driving without a tag. I was scheduled for trial Dec. 5, 2019 yet I’m incarcerated Florida pre trail Detention Center for a pending misdemeanor case? Is this lawful?
You are on parole and cannot get arrested for anything, much less twice for 2 different things and so it all sounds lawful to me.
However, what I(or any other lawyer on AVVO) may divine based solely upon your one paragraph proffer would be a foolish basis upon which to plan.
What I'm saying is that you have a very real world problem and thus you need a very real world lawyer.
Wishing you luck and hoping that I have been helpful in answering your question.
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