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CHRISTOPHER BOKAS, ESQUIRE
In Bucks, prison misconduct hearings are handled internally in the prison. No lawyer, no judge, just a hearing to determine the length of the extra sentence. What he can do is file a motion for parole which will be heard before a judge and he can present evidence (character witnesses, medical records, etc) to convince the judge to parole him. The only problem is that the judge will likely have a report from the prison listing the misconducts, so he will have to overcome that. It is totally up to the judge. Hearings are usually held about 30 days after a motion is filed.
Ellis Klein, Esquire
Former Bucks County Senior Deputy District Attorney
Young, Klein and Associates
Bensalem, Doylestown, Quakertown PA