Maybe is the best answer to the question posed in the title to this blog post. The answer depends on whether the nature of the parole violation subjects the parolee to more or less time in federal prison than the parolee first faced in prison. If the answer is less time, no jury trial right attaches. If he or she faces more time, a jury trial right exists, which makes sense. To read more about this issue, please click on the following link – https://www.greghillassociates.com/is-a-jury-trial-a-federal-right-for-a-parole-violation.html.