Yes, depending on your record you can get county parole in about 4 months if eligible.
Usually, there is no parole on a jail sentence. The practice is to release a prisoner after he has served considerably more than half the sentence, perhaps 75%/
First you can get parole but not for all offenses, you must have an offense which would be eligible for parole. The amount of time would depend on the charge/crime and the judges original sentence as some sentences don't even allow for parole. Then to get parole you need good behavior in the facility and this will determine exactly when you would be eligible. Now if your asking for the earliest time possible a lawyer would need to know the original charge, and see the plea agreement.to give you an exact number of days.
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The normal rue of thumb is 1/3 off. it could be more depending on conditions at the jail.
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