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Old 03-05-2017, 07:47 AM
CenTexLyn CenTexLyn is offline
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Without knowing the distinction between 'special parole' and regular supervised releases, this would seem to be something that still has to meet the criteria for a transfer under the Interstate Compact. He would have to show an affirmative tie to the other State. Further, Connecticut has historically been bad about requiring one to actually show proof of residence in that other State prior to submitting the paperwork...and even then, they can STILL be difficult.

The example I have from many years ago involved a client who was arrested and sentenced in CT. At the time of arrest, their Texas Driver's License and Texas address were noted on the report. Connecticut STILL tried to challenge her ties to the State of Texas and substantially delayed submitting paperwork to effect a transfer of supervision.
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