White v. Pa. Parole Bd.

The Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court affirmed the Pennsylvania Parole Board (Board) order, determining that the Board relied upon admissible evidence when properly recommitting White as a convicted parole violator (CPV), and that White’s recalculated maximum parole date included all applicable credits. White contended that the Board lacked sufficient evidence to revoke his parole and recommit him as a CPV because the Board’s hearing examiner relied on inadmissible hearsay court documents and testimony. Additionally, White contended that the Board improperly calculated his custody return date and time credit. The Court disagreed with both claims.

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