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Subject: Release questions

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.

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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.

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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)

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I'll assume you mean how much actual time would be served on a particular sentence... it starts with "good time credits" that are applied to the sentence calculator a the beginning of the sentence. An inmate can only lose that good time by having behavior issues or breaking numerous rules. In federal you get 15%, state prison ranges from 15-30% good time. The difference with the state is that they're also dealing with a parole system too that can release an offender

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this depends on the other circumstances regarding the crime along with the behavioral record while incarcerated. If everything is straight, there is a great chance of getting out.

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If eligible, Class 1 earns 30 days of good time credit per month. Class 2 earns 20 days credit per month; Class 3 earns 10 days credit per month; and Class 4 does not earn any good time. All inmates are placed in Class 2 status when they arrive

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the release date is whatever the Bureau of Prisons website says it is. the date posted there has already calculated the 15% good time credit. you can check here - https://www.bop.gov/inmateloc/

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yes, you think about getting out every day. In the beginning, you are angry at the world and mostly at yourself. Over time, that subsides and you start planning. Then you get into a routine that makes the time go by easier. If you have the ability to set realistic goals and be content in achieving them, then you can have a productive life and live like a citizen not looking over their shoulder all the time. Solitary -

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Usually the good time credit is 15%. If he was a model inmate, then the approximate release date would be 85% of 15 months or a little less than 13 months. He should be home in less than 60 days

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