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If it's a federal sentence, and the judge likes you, they sentence you to 12 months and a day making you eligible for 15% good time. If you are in a state or county, you might get a break for good behavior and be selected for early release but because of overcrowding and the short sentenced inmates are the first to go.Read more
Someone somewhere has their understanding of the plea agreement mistaken. Normally the state website is accurate, although I've known them to make mistakes on time calculationRead more
LOL... 30 DAYS!?!?! shame on you for even askingRead more
Very unlikely unless the COVID thing heats up again. The Feds are not responsive to "compassionate release" requests. She will do 85% of her sentence if she has no incident reports.Read more
It sounds like you need to make some decisionsRead more
getting outRead more
We recommend calling the facility and speak with the case manager, they have all of the accurate informationRead more
Having a fight hours before his release, screams that he was asking to stay. Maybe initiate a call to the counselor to get some answers. When the staff feels he is calm and ready for re-entry, they should be in contact with you.Read more
Birth of a child doesnt get an inmate early release. If a woman inmate was having a baby, they wouldn't get released to give birth either.Read more
Not enough info to give you a good guess. Getting new charges while on paper is asking for trouble. On its face, and in our opinion, getting released would be the least likely option (judges figure repeat offenders haven't learned their lesson)Read more