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Bchoward20 06-13-2019 08:21 AM

Parole Revocation: Will 65% Rule apply?
 
Hi. My boyfriend has a parole revocation hearing coming up. We were told that if his parole is revoked he will have to do from the time he was arrested until he was supposed to get off parole...is this correct or will the 65% rule apply? Any tips or suggestions to help us out? Is there a way to beat this? Thank you!

patchouli 06-13-2019 10:17 AM

If he has only 1, maybe 2 (3?), technical violations but has done well on parole otherwise for a substantial period of time, he may not be revoked....but if he's been a stinker (new charges) and/or a PITA to his PO and/or hasn't been out too awfully long & the technical violations are adding up expect him to be revoked. That means he will be sentenced to whatever amount of time he owes on his sentence.

I'm not familiar with SC, but he should be eligible for parole again at some point (if SC actually has parole). Will he be paroled again? Can't say, its going to depend on many factors and will be up to the Board.

Good luck!! Welcome to PTO :)

Bchoward20 06-14-2019 04:46 AM

It is all a huge misunderstanding so hopefully it will work out. Thank you so much for your help.

choclgs 06-23-2019 07:32 PM

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Originally Posted by Bchoward20 (Post 7780650)
Hi. My boyfriend has a parole revocation hearing coming up. We were told that if his parole is revoked he will have to do from the time he was arrested until he was supposed to get off parole...is this correct or will the 65% rule apply? Any tips or suggestions to help us out? Is there a way to beat this? Thank you!

If he's revoked, he will have to complete the remainder of this sentence unless the arresting jurisdiction wants to charge him for something new, which is a possibility.


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