I took my ex boyfriend to parole last month and after about an hour an officer came out to my car and told me my ex boyfriend was going to be taken downtown to the county jail. About a week prior to this, my ex boyfriend got arrested for possession of a controlled substance. This will be his 3rd possession case. Now they are in motion to revoke his parole from a theft case. What usually happens in this situation
Your ex is subject to a return to prison for the balance of his prison term, and if he has 2 or more prior felony convictions, he is subject to be sentenced as a habitual offender. See the following subsection of the Texas Penal Code:
Except as provided by Subsection (c)(2) or (c)(4), if it is shown on the trial of a felony offense other than a state jail felony punishable under Section 12.35(a) that the defendant has previously been finally convicted of two felony offenses, and the second previous felony conviction is for an offense that occurred subsequent to the first previous conviction having become final, on conviction the defendant shall be punished by imprisonment in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice for life, or for any term of not more than 99 years or less than 25 years. A previous conviction for a state jail felony punishable under Section 12.35(a) may not be used for enhancement purposes under this subsection.
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