has previous felony charges, was in violation of probation at time of arrest. Was not on parole at time. Has been given new CDC number. Which I'm told he will be back on parole now whwn he gets out because he is considered high risk.
With the new realignment scheme, you typically don't go to prison anymore for an 11377 absent some pretty good record. That said, yes registration as a narcotics offender is usually a part of the sentence. If he went to prison, typically he will be on four years parole, but, again with the new realignment, he could have no parole or just "supervision". It depends on when the conviction was and what the circumstances surround the plea and sentence were. Contact his prior attorney for more specifics.
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Registration is required. And is required for 5 years after parole or probation.
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