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Tdc would be prison correct? And statejail is state jail?

Elmendorf, TX |
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Just making sure Ty

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The Texas Department of Corrections runs both the prison and the state jail. But, generally, TDC refers to prison while state jail always refers to state jails.

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You got it.

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Yes and yes

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Yes, but keep in mind state jail means day for day credit and no good time credit.

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