Parole has a lower burden of proof so they can still proceed despite the dismissal unless the evidence was suppressed in the criminal case. Has he told his parole lawyer that his criminal case is over so he can be taken off the K calendar?
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Yes he can still face time on the parole violation, and the burden of proof on the parole violation is less than on the criminal charge. The State can hold him and give him a hearing and if found to have violated, he can go back to prison. Make sure he is represented by an attorney.
I am concurring with what my colleagues stated. Even if his criminal case is dismissed, parole can still violate him for the arrest. New York state will offer him a hearing to determine whether or not he violated parole. If he is deemed to have violated it, then he will probably end up back in prison.