I have court min aswell I talk to the parole a gent and he said I have to go to the court house and ask to see the judge but he doesn't know where or what forms?!
This is not routine. There might be a misunderstanding here.
Look at your minute orders. On there, probably near the top, there will be a line item for the name of the court reporter. Contact the court reporter and get a transcript of your sentencing, if it's not already in your file. The spoken word in court prevails over the written notes and minute orders. Read the transcript to ascertain exactly what everyone said. That's the first place to start.
What were you convicted of? There are certain crimes that may have resulted in "split sentences" or "felony jail" dependent upon the charge. Generally, if you actually serve time in a Prison as opposed to county jail, you are on parole supervision upon release.
Have you been contacted by a Parole officer? You should contact the attorney who was present at your sentencing as there are often errors made in the lower courts that the California Dept of Corrections sees and corrects. This may be one of them.
In any event, if you have been ordered to report, make sure you do until this is straightened out.
This will be interesting and may take longer than you desire. If in Long Beach, many judges have retired or were not re-elected so you may not see the same judge. However, the records should still exist. If the record isn't what you believe it to be then you can request a copy of the court reporter's transcript. Before spending any additional time on the Internet, you could benefit from meeting with an attorney to discuss specific facts in an attorney-client privilege environment, which the Internet is not. Even if you decide not to hire the attorney the consultation with him or her could help you to understand the issues and your options. Many reputable attorneys offer a free consultation. I wish you the best.
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