The “K calendar” refers to an indefinite adjournment when you are on parole and are charged with a new felony. Making admissions at a parole hearing would be detrimental to the new charges against you, and therefore, it is likely that your case will remain on the “K calendar” until the new charges are disposed of. What punishment you face for the parole violation will likely be decided based on the resolution of your new criminal charges. Any conviction will likely result in revocation of your parole and additional state prison time.