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No, what you describe is called "work release". Inmates with a clean disciplinary record and short time until their sentence is up are offered this program to help get them ready for reentry into society. This is normally a very successful program for well-behaved, deserving inmates.Read more
Sometime in early February 2017Read more
We are not sure with these really short sentences. Some get out before the 85% to clear space or save money of the inmate wasn't a problem. If he goes the full time, it's not a big deal.Read more
There are some things that can mess with his good time, but think positively, unless there is was an incident report that took some good time back, you will be seeing him on September 7.Read more
This is strictly a guess based on the 85% theory. Release guestimate: February 27, 2017Read more
There is no time frame if there is no bail. They can place a "material witness hold" that requires very low standards of proof to hold a witness they say might leave the jurisdiction; flight risk - and it carries has no bail. They are not charging them with a crime, they are claiming that this person has vital information and their testimony is crucial to another case altogether.Read more
Inmates get a good time credit when they begin their sentence. In almost all cases, this is 15%, meaning the offender will do 85% of their time (less halfway house which could be 1 month to 9 months). Parolees wishing to to live in out-of-state will need to get this approved by his Parole Officer, maybe the Board. Transferring out of the jurisdiction will require another agency to handle the case. It can be done, but do not expect itRead more
The release date is something every inmate knows. If they are getting a reduction and are waiting for a new out-date, it might take up to two months before it reposts. All calculations are done by the administration under the direction of the Department of Corrections or the Bureau of PrisonsRead more
Try and contact the chaplain or his case manager. It is not an unusual request, if you are very polite you might get it done.Read more
It means that he has a sentence now with a release date. The parole hold probably led to some time tacked on for whatever he was picked up for.Read more