Yes, it sounds like he shouldn't be in there, but the courts send people to prison, the warden just looks after them. The court needs to issue an order for his release. because the decision was taken not to prosecute. He was on parole, he was charged, they put him back in prison, they decided not to prosecute, he should be released. I would phone the court that sent him to prison for the parole violation. I would speak to the public prosecutor, not his defender.
. (no-lay pro-say-kwee) n. Latin for "we shall no longer prosecute," which is a declaration made to the judge by a prosecutor in a criminal case (or by a plaintiff in a civil lawsuit) either before or during trial, meaning the case against the defendant is being dropped.
is a Latin phrase meaning "will no longer prosecute" or a variation on the same. It amounts to a dismissal of charges
by the prosecution. Some states, like New York, for example, don't use the phrase. Rather, they simply use the term dismissal.