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Wisconsin Statutes 304.072 - Period of probation, extended supervision or parole tolled

Wisconsin Statutes > Chapter 304 > 304.072


Current as of: 2013

   (1)   If the department of corrections in the case of a parolee, probationer or person on extended supervision who is reinstated or waives a hearing or the division of hearings and appeals in the department of administration in the case of a hearing determines that a parolee, probationer or person on extended supervision has violated the terms of his or her supervision, the department or division may toll all or any part of the period of time between the date of the violation and the date an order of revocation or reinstatement is entered, subject to credit according to the terms of s. 973.155 for any time the parolee, probationer or person on extended supervision spent confined in connection with the violation.

   (2)   If a parolee, probationer or person on extended supervision is alleged to have violated the terms of his or her supervision but the department or division determines that the alleged violation was not proven, the period between the alleged violation and the determination shall be treated as service of the probationary, extended supervision or parole period.

   (3)   Except as provided in s. 973.09 (3) (b), the department preserves jurisdiction over a probationer, parolee or person on extended supervision if it commences an investigation, issues a violation report or issues an apprehension request concerning an alleged violation prior to the expiration of the probationer's, parolee's or person's term of supervision.

   (4)   The sentence of a revoked parolee or person on extended supervision resumes running on the day he or she is received at a correctional institution subject to sentence credit for the period of custody in a jail, correctional institution or any other detention facility pending revocation according to the terms of s. 973.155.

   (5)   The sentence of a revoked probationer shall be credited with the period of custody in a jail, correctional institution or any other detention facility pending revocation and commencement of sentence according to the terms of s. 973.155.

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Federal Regulations: Parole

CFR > Title 28 > Chapter I > Part 2 - Parole, release, supervision and recommitment of prisoners, youth offenders, and juvenile delinquents
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Phyllis Heitkamp: ...
Do parolees have to confess to their convicted crime to keep from going back to prison?
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December 05, 2012
Phyllis Heitkamp: ...
Why would I post one, you didn't answer the first one that I have? Typical of this system
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December 13, 2012

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