He will likely face new and additional charges as well.
Every case varies depending on the law and the facts. Because questions often fail to disclose important facts, these 'answers' cannot and should not be relied upon as a replacement for a full or complete review of an actual case by a retained attorney. It is axiomatic that one only 'gets what they pay for', and this is one of those situations where such a phrase generally applies.
Be advised that even if they do not charge him with a new offense, the parole violation will require him to serve the remaining nine months; IDOC is not gpoing to give him the day-for-day good conduct credit. www.galivanlaw.net