While these should not affect your parole status because they apparently occurred prior to you even entering prison and certainly before you were granted parole, THE BIGGER ISSUE HERE IS WHETHER THE STATE IS BARRED FROM PROSECUTING YOU ON THE HOT CHECKS ALL TOGETHER. I would not just go in there and plea to them. Give me a call and I will be happy to discuss the issues in your case regarding whether you might have a statute of limitations issue or a violation of your right to a speedy trial. I do not have enough information from your post to adequately address them at this point, but I do believe you need to rule out those options as possible defenses before taking a plea.
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Sometimes old cases bubble up to the surface many years later. What's important here are the dates of the offenses. I would say that it won't affect your parole unless some of the checks popping up were written after your parole began. They really just want you to behave while you're on parole.
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