That's a hard question to answer without looking at your sentencing report and getting more information. If you feel that you are entitled to more time credits or there was mistake, you should speak with an attorney as soon as possible to see what options you may have to try and resolve the issue.
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In order to address this question you need to state when you plead to the strike, and when you admitted to the parole violation, whether the parole violation was deemed concurrent, when you received a parole hold. In other words, I agree with the other answer. There is a doctrine of allocating credits that says if you would not have been out of custody but for the strike case then you do not get credits on both the parole violation and the stike if you were already sentenced on the parole violation. If you have no success with your previous attorney I recommend that you contact CCAP, the appellate project. good luck.