My bf who is on interstate compact has 15 days left on parol. He was called to his residence for them to search and they found a weapon not belonging to him and was arrested for a VOP only in receiving state and will have his 2nd probable cause hearing next week. Will he be released by his date off parole in 15 days?
I do not have a crystal ball and cannot tell you what will happen.
Further I do not even know in what State the parole violation hearing will be held.
If it is in Fl then you can expect parole to be revoked and your b/f returned to prison.
Why? Because there is no "right" to parole in Florida. In FL parole is a "gift of the State", and in the case of parole the State is an Indian Giver. Per the language on the Florida Parole Commission website: "Parole is the release of an inmate, prior to the expiration of the inmate’s court-imposed sentence, with a period of supervision to be successfully completed by compliance with the conditions and terms of the release agreement ordered by the Commission. The decision of the Commission to parole an inmate shall represent an act of grace of the State and should not be considered a right." (Please see: https://www.fcor.state.fl.us/release-types.shtml )
Don't expect any sympathy from the FPC (actually it's now called the "Florida Commission on Offender Review") - or from any State's Parole authority for that matter - and know that the best way to hedge any bet against a contrary ruling is to have a "dialed-in", skilled and experienced criminal defense lawyer efforting on your b/f's behalf.
Wishing your Beau luck and hoping that I have been helpful in answering your question.
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