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This is not totally up to the judge. The prosecutor will have to sign off and then recommend that the charges be dropped which would effectively release your inmate. This is not going to be a fast process so be patientRead more
Good for you! Your release is imminent - be patient.Read more
Most prison state systems and the federal (BOP) facilities give the inmates their best possible release date which includes good time. That is 15% off the sentence calculation. You cannot get more than 15% without snitching on someone. The good time credit is applied at the beginning to have something to hold over the inmate in their compliance with the rules. All you can do is lose what they've already given you.Read more
The only time inmates are released early is usually for over-crowding, provided that the sentence is for something non-violent.Read more
The profile for your boyfriend might have been set up by some member of the website that didn't know his true release date.Read more
We would go with the government site, a good number of inmate profiles are added by our members. If you would like us to look into this particular case, send us an email to email@example.com and we'll investigate.Read more
We're figuring the sentence is about 35 months, and normally they get an automatic 15% good time credit. Therefore, 85% of that would be 29.75 months. Guessing the release date somewhere at March 2021Read more
Release dates are not provided to the general public at all facilities. You can check Vinelink, or call the institution and speak with your inmate's counselor. They surely know the out-datesRead more
Good question. The state will provide a bus ticket to the release destination. If the family can afford a flight, the prison staff will transport the released to the airport.Read more
Well, congratulations for riding it out with him. This next episode will be another test. He is going to be overwhelmed at all the new technology that everyone uses and knows well. He'll feel left out in that regard. He will be somewhat institutionalized in the habits and routines that got him to the door. The hurdles are finding work and getting into positive and progressive routines that have some hope attached. Without that feeling that he can provide for hisRead more