Assuming you have completed aoll of the requirements and conditions of parole, it is over at midnight of the last day of the sentence. The Commonwealth can still file a violation petition after that date if you have violated parole prior to that date.
Over at midnight
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It would be midnight but I believe there is a split in Pennsylvania law regarding whether the prosecutor can pursue a violation of parole after completion of the parole, when the violation occurred during parole. See CW v. Smith 860 A2d 142 (Pa Super 2004) which hurts your position and CW v Karth, 994 A.2d 606 (Pa. Super 2010) which states that a violation cannot be commenced after the parole end date.
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