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AGO 1958 NO. 232 > Dec 19 1958

1.  A man convicted of a new felony while on parole for prior felony where the parole has not been revoked, the new sentence is concurrent with the sentence he is serving as a parolee. 2.  A prisoner while serving a sentence in the penitentiary or reformatory commits a crime for which he is subsequently convicted, the second sentence is consecutive to the first. 3.  A man convicted of a crime and placed on probation commits a new crime and prior to the sentencing for the second crime the probation is revoked and sentence imposed, the sentences run concurrently. 4.  A man convicted of a crime and placed on probation commits a new crime and subsequent to the sentencing for the second crime the probation is revoked, the sentences run consecutively.