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2017-02-25 Criminal Law - Penal code 3454(c):

California Penal Code 3454(c) sets forth the California Court's/Parole Office's ability to re-incarcerate an individual who violates the conditions of their parole or probation. It is commonly referred

2017-02-16 Crime & Law Enforcement Issues - Query re statute:

Geoffrey,       The statute of limitations in Texas for misdemeanors is two years. For felonies it's 3 years, however, a good number of felonies have extended statute of limitations of 5, 7, and 10 years

2016-12-15 Criminal Law - When the FBI arrests a person for a federal:

The SHU is usually a 1-2 man room with 2 bunks, a sink and a toilet. There is no access to a computer and only some SHU units have access to a TV.    In General Population (GP), an BOP inmate has access

2016-12-14 Criminal Law - When the FBI arrests a person for a federal:

He can demand to see a British Consulate if he is a British citizen and has a British Passport.    There are treaties in place that allow a US Inmate to be transferred to another country to serve his time

2016-12-14 Criminal Law - When the FBI arrests a person for a federal:

You have asked multiple questions. If an individual is arrested by the FBI, he will not be housed by the Bureau of Prisons (BOP) until after he is adjudicated (found guilty) and sentenced to a prison term

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