Parole Violations

Parole violations can have devestating consequences to both parolees and their families.  While the terminology of "parole" has been changed to "supervised release" in New York State, the effects of a violation have remained severe.  As you may already know if you have been violated, individuals alleged to have violated their parole / supervised release are locked up immediately.  Final hearings are not held until 30 days and sometimes longer.  However, the parolee is not eligible for bail and must remain in custody until either a finding of no probable cause at a preliminary hearing or some other disposition which is favorable.

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The right attorneys makes all the difference between a swift release and the potential of up to a year or more back in state's prison.  Palermo Tuohy Bruno, P.L.L.C. have handled more than 75 parole violations in his 19 plus years practicing in Suffolk County, Nassau County and New York City. 

You can call Edward any time 24/7 at  1-800-268-1315  for representation on your parole violation or supervised release violation.

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