If you write your man a letter, he can tell you himself.
Otherwise, you can go to the courthouse and ask to see the file in his case. A document titled "abstract of judgment" will list his sentence and credits.
This is NOT legal advice. It is a general discussion of legal principles by a California lawyer, and does not create an attorney/client relationship. You should always consult PRIVATELY with an attorney.
You can follow the advice of Mr. Marshall already given and if that does not work, ask his attorney.
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