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Subject: Sentencing questions
You can contact the Clerk of the Court and request a Judgment and Commitment Order. This is the document that the judge signs and it has all of the sentencing information.
Subject: Sentencing questions
Depends on who he said it to and what his prior criminal history looks like. 
Subject: Sentencing questions
Depends on the mood of the judge that did the original sentencing. The worst case scenario is that the offender must finish out the remaining months on the original sentence.
Subject: Sentencing questions
You can find this information from the Clerk of Court in the county where the case was filed. All of the pertinent documents are available, probably for a small fee to print the pages you want.
Subject: Sentencing questions
You can contact the Clerk of the County of Mesa CO. They have all the documentation. This is where the lawyers go when they need accurate information on a case
Subject: Sentencing questions
There are a few considerations that must be factored in this because it is possible that a drug program might be substituted for incarceration. Marijuana is becoming more and more a minor offense, the part that is troubling is the 3rd cocaine charge... what the quantity/street value and that might give you an idea of what she is facing. If previous charges are heavily considered, she might have to so some time
Subject: Sentencing questions
Sex crimes have some narrow classifications and none are designed to have much wiggle room for the offender. Federal sentences (and we are guessing this was a crime prosecuted by US Department of Justice) have no possibility for parole in any case. This has nothing to do with the crime, its the same for all federal inmates. 
Subject: Sentencing questions
You have to start at 85% which is almost 41 months. For him to get any further reduction you will have to revert to the Judgement and Commitment which outlines what he is eligible for if anything above the 15% good time. The new "non-violent law " is actually a federal law and does not pertain to state sentences.
Subject: Sentencing questions
He will do 85% of 24 months, less the 96 days he's already done. By our calculation, that would be about 20.4 months (17.2 months remaining). Starting his bid n Feb 5th, we think his out date would be around June 15th, 2020
Subject: Sentencing questions
The outcome depends on a few factors. How much heroin? What there intent to distribute? The range of possibilities can be scary. A public defender is a lawyer, but not an advisable option if they are going to trial. If you are going to plead guilty, they will be just fine.