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Old 09-03-2016, 05:36 PM
CenTexLyn CenTexLyn is offline
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There is no absolute answer to your question. For example, here in Texas, one can have a violation sustained but NOT be revoked...in which case the Board might continue someone on supervision, might transfer them to an ISF for anywhere between 45 and 120 days, send them to a SAFP or revoke them and return them to prison.

If returned to prison, then might actually be mathematically eligible for parole as soon as they were revoked or it could be some time down the road. They might be approved but more likely is a denial, with a set off of between one and ten years depending on the offense(s) of record.
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