MY BF HAD TO FINISH HIS 6 WK HOUSE ARREST IN BUCKS COUNTY AND GOT 2 MONTHS FOR MISCONDUCT AND CAN BAIL OUT 6/18/16, BUT HAS COURT 6/29/16 ,FOR HIS NEW CHARGE
Your question is very confusing, so the first thing I would suggest is contacting his attorney who may be able to answer your question more succinctly. You do not lose credit for time served. Which means he will be eligible for parole (he will have to apply) whenever his sentence plus the two months for the violation are served.
So if I can parse together what you are asking, he will be eligible for parole on 6/18 but has a detainer for a new case. In all likelihood he will have to file a parole application, as if he committed the new charge while he was on house arrest adult probation is going to want to look at him carefully. As you may already know, Bucks County judges frown on people violating house arrest. That being said, you really should be asking his attorney these questions.
He has made quite a mess and without a lot more information no one can give you a definitive answer. All the of the information you need is in the hands of his attorney.
Please excuse my brevity and any typos as answers are often given using a cellular phone.
Not sure what your question is but I will try to guess. In Bucks when you violate House Arrest, you do not get released at the minimum. He will have to apply for parole and generally, the judge will make the person do an extra 30 days in jail approximately. He should not lose the time he spent on house arrest. For the new charges, if bail was set then he will have to post it in order to get out when his current sentence is done. If a detainer was lodged by Probation then he will have to stay in jail until all cases resolve. He needs to get a good lawyer on his side ASAP
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