If you're not an attorney, you can't file a motion (unless you want to get indicted). When he becomes eligible for the early release, the State Jail will send the District Judge a notice asking the Judge whether he wants to grant the early release. The Judge can give him any or all or none of the "good time" he is eligible for.
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I agree with Ms. Jaggers. It is supposed to be automatic that the information is sent to the judge for the judge's decision.
I agree with Ms. Henley and Ms. Jaggers.
I would emphasize that it is not permitted for non-lawyers to practice law, and that includes filing pleadings for other folks.
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