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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
Yes, that will obviate the charge which is "contempt of court" since there are no debtor's prisons.Read more
The release date is calculated but the Department of Corrections and not the court.Read more
If he is getting released in November, there is nothing you can "request" (nor do they consider outside requests) that will get him out earlier. This is a VERY short sentence, just hope that it's short enough that he doesn't violate his probation when he is released.Read more
You would have to contact the facility and ask the staff what they allow.Read more
If it is not posted on the facility website, you would need to contact his case manager (your inmate DEFINITELY knows his out-date) to get that informationRead more
The inmate's release date is really the responsibility of the inmate. We are pretty certain that if your inmate went to his counselor and asked what his release date was, they would tell him. Not telling him is the same as saying he didn't ask, either. This is typical of the some case managers in the system. They are state government employees that punch a time clock. They do not interact well with the public. Their only concernsRead more
Yes, newly released inmates can actually use their prison ID as acceptable identification along with their birth certificate to get a permanent ID card and even a driver's license. If you are concerned about ID for travel, you would have to see if your inmate's passport is still in his possession. Usually, the passport is one of the things they have to surrender upon arrest and conviction.Read more
We would estimate that there are 60 days left before his releaseRead more