My brother was arrested last week for an apparent parole violation warrant (I thought he was keeping up with it), his parole was up on May 3rd but he never showed up to parole but one time and there was no warrant out when I would check in on it. He was arrested last week for parole violation obviously for not showing up all this time. Since his parole date has passed what will happen now?
Once a motion to revoke parole is filed, a parole end date is wiped out; a person cannot be on the run and have his/her probation expire. You brother is subject to a return to prison for the balance of his sentence.
When you violate parole, it doesn't expire. He will have a parole hearing where any number of things could happen. He could be sent back to TDC to finish his sentence, he could be sent to ISF as a sanction, or he could receive some other type of sanction.
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