Asked in Criminal Law for Oklahoma

Q: If a persons parole is revoked and his street time is not granted does he go back and do 100 percent of the original p

Parole he started out with

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David A. Cincotta
David A. Cincotta
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  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Oklahoma City, OK
  • Licensed in Oklahoma

A: Short answer is yes. When he paroled, he had so many days remaining on his sentence. If granted street time, he would receive the time he was out on parole (up until the warrant being issued for the violation) subtracted from his days remaining. He could also be awarded credit for time served - the time he was in custody awaiting his parole revocation. But without either being awarded, the number of days remaining when he was paroled will be what he has left to serve. Once back in DOC custody and following the parole being revoked, he will receive the same type of credits that he received prior to being paroled (with good behavior).

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