What will happen if my brother never showed up for parole and it has expired?
2 attorney answers
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.
Macy Jaggers's answer to a legal question on Avvo does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Please consult an attorney who practices criminal law in your jurisdiction for the most accurate legal advice.