Just a question
I'm not exactly sure what you're asking. If you skip out on probation or parole, everything stops. Your probation or parole does not expire as scheduled in that situation. When you are apprehended on that warrant, you will be held until a bond is posted (if that is an option) or until the case is disposed of. If that answers your question.
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More information is needed about the facts. In Jail? On the run from Parole? Probation? No final judgment? Max date of what? Call your attorney. Good luck.
You no longer have a valid max date. Once you stopped reporting and a motion to revoke was filed, you stopped working towards that max date. The warrant for the revocation will remain forever, until you turn yourself in or are caught.
Why would anyone report to probation or parole if they could just go on the run and hide until their max-date? See how ridiculous that sounds?
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