Bf is on parole hasn’t been indicated and has been in jail for 35 days, he is on parole. Wondering does the 45 days apply to him and if so after the 45 days what happens is charges dropped, then he only has to deal with parole, or does the 45 day not apply to him?
Parole has nothing to do with the rule you are citing. However, enforcement of the rule may be moot if he is otherwise being held on a parole hold.
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The 45 day protection (CPL 190.80) applies but he may not receive the benefit if he is being held on a parole violation. Also, he may not want to make an application for release if he is going to be held on the parole violation because he will not receive any credit for the time he is serving towards the charge he is released on. These matters can be very complicated and calculating what is in his best interest requires additional information. I strongly recommend you speak with an experienced criminal defense lawyer to discuss the specifics of his case. I do not charge for a consultation and I can be reached at 315-424-8326.
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