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Subject: Release questions

That is a terrible story, we are sorry for your loss, the fact that he has an out date at all is crazy. Our guess here is that it was a minor incident report that took some of his granted "good time" (all inmates get their good time credits at the beginning of their bid) which could be a short list of possible violations (fighting, contraband, gambling, possession of drugs or tobacco, or repeat violations) OR it is more likely a

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Tentative date is the current "release date" of "out date" given the inmate. It is tenative and that normally means there are more calculations to be determined before they give a final. This means they anticipate it could change so YES, you might get some good news.

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Release dates are not always published publicly by every facility. We recommend that you call the facility and ask the counselor for that information, very nicely and humbly...

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Subject: Release questions

This will not immediately add to the original sentence, but it poses a problem when the new charge is heard by a judge. This is where the new case by itself would probably sent to probation instead of incarceration. WIth two strikes in such a short period of time could make the resisting charge result into another several month stay in county jail

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Subject: Release questions

If he was given four years suspended sentence, THAT is his "good time". He is only doing 20% of his sentence. The posted release date of July is probably correct.

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Subject: Release questions

His belongings are boxed up and kept in storage. If you didn't show up they would be there when he got released. They want people to collect the goods to keep from having an overload of stored boxes for inmates. There are other instances where the facility (federal) will ship the property to the inmates home address.

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Subject: Release questions

He will definitely get credit for the six months he did in county. He probably has to do 85% of the sentence (assuming he stays out of trouble and remains incident-report free). That would be 25.5 months. What jurisdiction did he get sentenced in? Where did you see the release date (that might not have figured in the good time as of that listing)? 

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Subject: Release questions

Missing the court date is not a good thing but if he was already in jail on another warrant, it shouldn't affect him for missing. BUT, there is always more to the story and if his court dates about domestic violence what was the warrant for?  Because of the limited information, we have no idea how long he'll have to sit.

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We need to know more about the sentence that was imposed and what his release conditions are, probation period, etc before we could give an answer relating to 2020. Good time is only 15% unless he has a deal with the prosecutor to get more time off for cooperation

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