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I've been sentenced to 30 months in federal for a white collar crime and I am eligible for RDAP, how much time off will i get

I've been sentenced to 30 months in federal for a white collar crime and I am eligible for RDAP. I understand the rules have changed for sentence reduction for those sentenced to 31 or less months. The bop list up to 6 months reduction. So with good time (4.5 months at 85%), 6 months for RDAP completion, and 6 month is in a halfway house or home confinement? How much actual time will I serve at Federal Fort Dix before being transferred if I successfully complete RDAP?

Asked: August 14,2015
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Once you are approved by Texas for inclusion into an RDAP class your out date will then change on the BOP website. The date will be calculated like this: 30 - 6 = 24 x .85. Sentence duration is 20.4 months but your release date from the camp will be at 14.4 months, assuming that you get 6 months of halfway house. Once in the halfway house if you have an approved residence and a job, you could get home confinement after 2-3 weeks in the halfway house. RDAP is a nine month program. You will be in the RDAP housing unit. You will be held to a higher standard than the other inmates. If you would like to speak to someone and ask more questions, call 866-966-7100. This is information that some websites charge $5,000 for, we offer it at no charge.

Accepted Answer Date Created: August 15,2015