If someone is sentenced to 3yrs for a nonviolent crime and has already did two months county jail what would be the earliest this person can be released
The Federal BOP gives 47 days good time per year. In reality of the person lacks a high school diploma or GED and does not make progress toward getting a diploma or GED the maximum is 42 days. The person can find out how much good time they have by asking to look at Section 1 of their Central File.See question
At the end of parole a person has 10 years probation but parole says they don't and tells them to leave prison. For 4 months no one from probation ever tries to make contact. The person is a registered sex offender and lives at their registered ad...
I do not understand your question. There is no federal parole except for crimes committed before November 1, 1987. In any case, if a person were on parole for ten years he would not be told to leave prison because he would already be out of prison and on parole. Federal probation is not available for any sentence that involves prison time.
It may be that you were in prison with a sentence of 10 years of supervised release following release from prison. If that is the case your sentence probably included the requirement that you report to the probation office with in a certain number of hours after you get out of prison. if you did not report you may have a problem. Contact the federal defender office in your district and ask them to look at the sentence and to advise you.See question
I have dual state residency so I am requesting answers for both states please.
You failed to mention the states in which you are residing. I assume TN is one of them. That would be helpful for people to know when answering.See question
I am trying to prove my spouse has had an extramarital relationship and I have some clothing that may have evidence to prove it. Could this evidence, if tested, be used to prove adultery?
I have no idea why you posted this question in the DUI section. I am moving it to divorce where someone might be able to answer your question.See question
hello i had my interview yesterday then said we are not able to give you any decsion now your causue under review ?? the lawyer was with he said both off you was good and yours answers was 80% identicall ?? what they mean where not able to...
We cannot tell what you are asking because we have information about why you were being interviewed. If the lawyer was your lawyer, call him and ask your questions. If he was not your lawyer try asking your question again here, but with a bit more information.See question
I was at a house and the cops came with an arrest warrant for both home owners. the wife gave consent to search the house. all 6 people were arrested and charged with everything they found
You have been charged with a crime. That means you need a lawyer. If you can afford a lawyer you should hire one. If you cannot afford one you should ask the court to appoint one.See question
I got a oui. I failed walking in a straight line, but the cop made me blow on the breathalyzer 5 times before I blew the 8.0.
You should hire an attorney to defend the case. Penobscot County will not reduce the charge or dismiss it because you have no record.See question
If someone is arrested for trafficking 400+ grams of meth but takes a plea deal that drops the sentence to the lesser statute of trafficking and recives a sentence of 12 do 10 since the mandatory minimum of the lowest statute of trafficking is 10 ...
Federal parole was abolished in November 1, 1987. For crimes committed after that date the only sentence reductions are good time and for drug treatment (DRAP). He will get 45 days good time each year. For some inmates a sentence reduction is possible if the person successfully competes the drug rehab program.
I think you said that the person was sentenced to 12 years. If that is the case the mandatory minimum has nothing to do with this case because 12 years is more than the mandatory minimum. The mandatory minimum is the least amount of time the judge can give as a sentence. It does not limit the judge from going above that amount of time.See question
I am a felon in Texas was convicted of agg. robbery, I discharged my sentence on aug.20, 2016
No, you cannot possess a firearm or ammunition. Federal law (18 USC § 922(g)) makes it a felony punishable by up to 10 years in prison if you are found in possession of either a firearm or ammunition.See question
We have been totally set up in a serious crime and need some help asap!! Today was the second search and seizure of our home by FBI and Secret service, this is totally unfair and not right. I feel like I am living a nightmare that just keeps growi...
You need to hire a lawyer now. This is not something that waiting will make better. Having a lawyer will also help reduce your stress.See question