Probably not. Your parole can be violated for the underlying conduct even if the DA did not file charges.Ask a similar question
No. Get an attorney. The PV does not require the DA to file new charges.
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I believe you have/had the option of either accepting the violation or asking for a Morrissey(parole violation) hearing. If you accepted the violation without a Morrissey hearing you have no other remedies, administrative or legal.
On the other hand, if you had a parole violation hearing and lost, you have 90 days after the receipt of the tape-recording of the proceedings or of receiving the notice of decision. The way to do that is by filing a 602. If you lose the 602 you can take a writ of habeas corpus to the court.Ask a similar question
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