There isn't much that you can do. It is up to the division of parole to determine who it is that they choose to violate. If there are new charges. Volved you can then go to the police or the District Attorney.Ask a similar question
You can write the probation officer's supervisors or the Court. But be careful what you wish for. the VOP penalty may be worse than you want.Ask a similar question
Let this go already. What will happen will happen!
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