My fiancée is currently an inmate in the Federal system. I would like his case revisited or find the best sufficient way to attempt parole.
There is no parole in the federal system. The BOP has calculated his release date, which is calculated assuming he qualifies for the 54 days of good time credit for each year of his sentence. There is no way to have a case "revisited," unless there is a constitutional error in the case. For that sort of review, you would need to hire a lawyer.
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