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Old 11-24-2017, 09:05 PM
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I'm not sure if I'm in the right forum for this ...

My fiancé was on parole and had a parole violation which resulted in his parole being revoked .. He was on federal charges and served his sentence at Colins Bay MIN ..

The same day he was taken into provincial custody (OCDC) for the parole violation, he was also charged with more federal offences

If anyone knows the answer, my question is ;
Do his new charges take precedent over his old charges / federal offence ?

My concern is that he will be held in provincial custody awaiting trial for the new charges, yet he is set to finish the remainder of his federal sentence in the meantime.

Will the resolution of his new charges take precedent over being returned to federal custody after his parole has been revoked ?

Any help is very appreciated !! Thanks in advance !
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Yes the new charges will take precedence over the old unless the old has a longer term of supervision.
Generally on the federal level there is no bond....so his chance of being released is very low.
Sorry for the bad news...
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Old 11-25-2017, 04:54 PM
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Yes the new charges will take precedence over the old unless the old has a longer term of supervision.
Generally on the federal level there is no bond....so his chance of being released is very low.
Sorry for the bad news...
Take care
Chris
Okay thank you for your help !!
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