Parole violation for drug use?
yes, using illegal drugs is a parole violation.
Generally, violation of a condition of parole means you will have a hearing before the parole board or a special "hearing officer" appointed by the government, and if it is determined during that hearing that you did in fact violate your parole conditions your parole will be revoked and you will go back to prison to serve out the remainder of your term. You'll have a chance at the hearing to defend yourself, but it's…
I assume you mean a Violation of Parole. Parole is an early release from prison based on terms and conditions that must be abided by. Failure to meet these conditions, such as breaking the law again, would result in a violation of parole. In this case, a retake warrant would be issued for your arrest and return to prison.
What kind of parole hearing determines whether the parolee has violated the conditions of his or her parole?
Within thirty days of being violated, the parolee will be reviewed by a committee of the parole board for the violation to determine if a violation did occur and how serious that violation is. However, in most states, the parolee will be reincarcerated until the review takes place. Real answer: Revocation Hearing.
Short answer: Yes. Will the State wish to spend the money required to get you from Washington back to Arkansas, that would depend on what you are on probation for? If you are on parole for a violent crime they will come get you. If you are on parole for a minor drug charge they probably would not come get you.
What if you are currently on parole violate the conditions of your parole and are ordered to a parole hearing?
This will not be a "Parole Hearing." That was done prior to your release from prison. The hearing you have been ordered to is a Parole Violation Hearing where it will be determined if your violation is sufficiently serious to warrant return to prison, house confinement, further restrictions to your parole conditions, rehabilitation, or some other action. And, it is best that you appear, on time, neatly dressed, and ready to return immediately to custody.
Probably not. Your question is vague. If you mean with a current parole violation, not likely; the DOC should be there to pick you up shortly, and even if not, it isn't likely that your PO would release you to move, nor approve you leaving the state, and if you left without that approval, that's another parole violation or perhaps a new label--absconder or fugitive. If you mean with a violation on your record after…
When released on parole from jail or prison, each inmate is given a set of requirements under which they must live while released in society. Any violation of these requirements exposes them to a charge of Violation of Parole (VOP) and could be punishable by their return to jail/prison for the remainder of their sentence.
Been on parole for 3 years in Alaska just got a dirty for pot no other violations what can i expect from parole officer?
Parole Officer can file a request with the court to have your parole revoked. You will be required to appear in court, will be appointed an attorney if necessary, and the Parole Officer will admit evidence to prove the violation. The court can revoke your parole and you can be required to serve the balance of the prison sentence (if originally imposed). It is likely that the court will continue the parole terms in your…