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Probation revocation

Discussion in 'Probation, Parole, Incarceration' started by Michellebartram, May 7, 2019.

  1. Michellebartram

    Michellebartram Law Topic Starter New Member

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    My daughter got arrested on a blue warrant for probation revocation. Can she be bonded out with a lawyer?
     
  2. army judge

    army judge Super Moderator

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    If a person violated the terms and conditions of her/his parole in Texas, a parole revocation warrant (known as a blue warrant) issues.

    The SOON TO BE former parolee is arrested and incarcerated without the possibility of release on a bond.

    The offender can (and SHOULD) request a hearing before a judge to determine if parole is continued, or she/he is returned to one our beautiful, luxurious prison playgrounds run by TDCJ.

    Your daughter should keep her mouth shut, make no statements, request that public defender be appointed to represent her at the revocation hearing, and wait patiently.


    A n inmate of TDCJ released on parole and arrested can NOT be bonded out, but certainly can hire a lawyer, or request a public defender be appointed to represent the offender's interests at the hearing.
     
  3. justblue

    justblue Well-Known Member

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    Why was her probation revoked?
     
  4. Michellebartram

    Michellebartram Law Topic Starter New Member

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    Failure to report
     
  5. army judge

    army judge Super Moderator

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    That'll earn a parolee a one way trip to one of TDCJ's beautiful, luxurious, retreats.
     
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    justblue Well-Known Member

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    You may just have to resign yourself to the fact your daughter isn't ready to be out of prison. If she was ready she would have done everything in her power to stay out.
     
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    The old "fool me once, shame on you - fool me twice, shame on me" saying comes to mind. The state gave her a chance and she blew it. Why should they give another chance?
     
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