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It is submitted with plenty of leeway - there is no standard time frame for them to respond. In almost all cases, the recommendation submitted is what gets approved. Please be patient.Read more
The release date on the BOP website is the inmate's "out date". Halfway house is considered "still in custody" as an inmate will be in an adjustment to reentry phase. The release date is when the inmate is officially released from the halfway house.Read more
You pretty much have the process covered in your question. His actual release date is still determined by which of the recommendations are actually enacted. Is it 6 months or is it 9 months? Once you know that, then he'll have a solid "out date".Read more
If your inmate is doing her time in the federal system, the halfway house is pretty much standard release protocol. We have heard of inmates denying halfway house altogether and are able to finish their sentence "inside". As far as release completely, this is up the the language in the Judgement and Commitment document written by the judge who sentenced her. If there is a period of supervised release, then "running" would be foolish. The BOP will not keep anRead more
You will know when they decide. There is no magical process that we are in on. If he was recommended six months, more than likely he will get it. Most federal inmates are getting six months these days - even more months if they started with longer sentences. Halfway house is no joke either. The inmate must look for a job and pay the house one-third of their pay for the entire six months. Newly released inmates get a falseRead more
For what reason are you trying to "locate a halfway house in Sacramento"? You do not have any input in where they designate himRead more
Don't do it. It seems like an easy answer but the response from the feds will be swift and severe. Your inmate will go back into federal prison with a higher custody level.Read more
The halfway houses that are supporting released state and county inmates are not necessarily designated for "sex offenders". Most cases the sex offenders are given some anonymity so as to not draw the ire and become a target of other ex-inmates. There will be the registration process that they will have to submit to... Call the Clerk of the Court for more specific details and information.Read more
The halfway house is not operated like the prison system. There is no inmate "banking". Inmates are required to get a job and pay the halfway house a percentage of their gross income. If you want to get money to the inmate, you will need to send a money order to them or deposit money in their traditional bank account.Read more
It depends on how long his incarceration was. If he was in prison over five years, generally they will have 6 months of halfway house. For shorter sentences, the halfway house stay is less, too. It is all about how long the staff feels it will take to ready an inmate for society. Ask YOUR inmate, they absolutely were told how long it would be.Read more