Thank you for trying AMP!
You got lucky! We have no ad to show to you!
Sounds like he got three years but the release date hasn't been updated to incorporate about 15% for good time if he behavesRead more
Depending on the length of the sentence (over 12 months) and the bed space available in county, they will probably get moved to a state facility to serve the balance of what time remainsRead more
not likely in a federal case. they are not much on bargaining once they have youRead more
zero time unless he hurt someone or has a bunch of reckless driving charges on his recordRead more
Carswell is federal and unless she qualifies for RDAP, she will do 85% of 30 months (which is 25.5 months). If she can get into RDAP, that will take a full 12 months off her 30-month sentence and give her 6 months of halfway house, too. The benefits are fantastic if she can get accepted into the Program.Read more
This is going to depend on the number of people affected by the crime, the amount of money "lost" from the actions of the defendant and their criminal history are all mitigating factors in the sentence determination. It could be years frankly.Read more
Usually, the good time in state prison is 15%, however, in state cases, there might be the possibility of parole. If the judge allows for parole in their Judgment and Commitment document then the offender might be looking at their first parole hearing in about 32 months. If no parole is offered, 85% of 96 months is about 82 months.Read more
It means that they have already served 10 days of a 45-day sentence.Read more
it's not the State it's the Judge deciding on the penalty. First-time DUI, no injuries or property damage, our best guess would be probation and maybe some sort of education about drinking and driving.Read more
You can be held up to two years in most county jails, but once the offender has been convicted, they serve the bulk of their sentence in state. The time spent in county is deducted from the total sentence.Read more