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Old 06-16-2019, 01:38 PM
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If convicted of a new charge while on parole, but sitting in county jail for 10 months on a parole hold(no bond) waiting on new charge to be dealt with, how likely are they to take his discharge date away? Will he be credited for the time he has been sitting in jail these past 10 months on his parole?or will they revoke his parole, take his discharge away and send him back to TDC to serve ou what was left of his sentence when his blue warrant was issued?
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Depends on the new charge more than anything at this point. If it doesn't go away then the 10 months left on parole doesn't go away. If the old charge is 3g none of it goes away. If it's not 3g then there's the question of does he have 1/2 of his street time done. Yes....he doesn't owe any of that. No....hes only credited with the flat time he did before he got out on parole.
If the new charge is a state jail felony that's another scenario with it's own variables. Until he's convicted of the new charge, parole will sit back and watch and wait. Is it possible he could walk away unscathed...yes...its possible, but it's not probable. I have been in his shoes more than once and I've always been revoked in the past.
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Depends on the new charge more than anything at this point. If it doesn't go away then the 10 months left on parole doesn't go away. If the old charge is 3g none of it goes away. If it's not 3g then there's the question of does he have 1/2 of his street time done. Yes....he doesn't owe any of that. No....hes only credited with the flat time he did before he got out on parole.
If the new charge is a state jail felony that's another scenario with it's own variables. Until he's convicted of the new charge, parole will sit back and watch and wait. Is it possible he could walk away unscathed...yes...its possible, but it's not probable. I have been in his shoes more than once and I've always been revoked in the past.

I have an interest in this question because I know someone (close) in the same situation. He has a state jail felony that is not going away. What will happen on his owed time on the parole violation? What are the other variables in that situation? Thanks
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He was sentenced 2 years and served 10 months. Released may 31st and then blue warrant was issued for him sept 27. He has been sitting in County Jail waiting on his new charge to be dealt with ever since. He got time served for his new charge and now he is waiting on a parole revocation hearing. He has a discharge date of July 10th which is next month. We just don't know if he's going to be able to get out next month or if he's going to have to go back to TDCJ. We just don't know how long he will be having to go back for
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He was only too much is a serving half of his sentence. What are the chances of him actually being able to get out on his discharge date?
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He was sentenced 2 years and served 10 months. Released may 31st and then blue warrant was issued for him sept 27. He has been sitting in County Jail waiting on his new charge to be dealt with ever since. He got time served for his new charge and now he is waiting on a parole revocation hearing. He has a discharge date of July 10th which is next month. We just don't know if he's going to be able to get out next month or if he's going to have to go back to TDCJ. We just don't know how long he will be having to go back for
If revoked he’ll get credit for time served under the blue warrant. If held since 9/18, that amounts to about 9 months-add that to his 10 months already served and he served 19 on 24 months. He would go into the parole review process almost immediately.

With his discharge date is July he will not qualify for ISF, which means the board will either reinstate or revoke. Although you didn’t state the offense, I suspect it was a misdemeanor conviction. If non-assaultive and not a DWI, chances of reinstatement increase. Also depends on which county jail he is in since that determines which parole panel will vote. Hearing should be held well before his discharge date.
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Hes in Tarrant County jail Green bay unit. His new charge is child endangerment listed as state jail felony. So would I suspect that he will still be released on July 10th? Or should I expect him to sit on TDC for 4 months?
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