My husband just got offered 6 year's for Burglary Of Habitation and Robbery. He does have felonies for drug charges that he has served 1 year TDC. He's 22 and all of his charges he has ever had are drug charges. He has no burglary or robbery charges as a juvenile. How long will he serve for 6 year's TDC time?
We have a baby coming in 1 month and I don't know how to handle this. He is still in the county jail and don't know if i'm still able to fight for less time. Please let me know how much he would serve if he signed for 6 year's TDC.
General Practice Lawyer
you need to ask his lawyer these questions so you can get the most accurate answer
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DUI / DWI Attorney
No one can tell you for sure. If a deadly weapon is alleged, he will have to do at least half of his time. If not, he will probably be eligible in a little over a year. However, because of his record he's not likely to get paroled the first time.
His attorney is the only one who can tell you if there's any chance the DA will come off that offer at all.
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Criminal Defense Attorney
There is no way to guess for certain. Because he does not have an aggravated offense, there is no minimum. (Aggravated offenses serve 1/2 before becoming eligible for parole.)
The prosecutor will have written a statement about the offenses, and the parole board will consider that as well as his behavior and what he has to return home to (a house, a wife, a job, a baby......)