Depending on the charges that person is facing his parole officer may ask him to come in to be detained. Then that person will be taken to jail until the parole board reviews the incident.
I would suggest hiring a criminal defense lawyer. Sometimes, they can work it out with the probation officer so that you are not violated until after the preliminary hearing or until the case is over.
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If I had to guess, he will likely be violated and sent back to prison pending a hearing to determine the consequence for the violation.
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