A family member I'm related to was in a city jail for 2 weeks, than a county jail for 6 months. He was bailed out. Later, he signed a plea deal spent another 2 weeks in county, 3 more in an assessment center, and another 2 weeks in another assessment center. When he got to this last assessment center he was informed that all of his previous time was all for nothing because he was bailed out. Now, he will have to start over, but in a minimum security prison. Is this true?
There is not enough information to answer the question. Your family member will want to get a copy of their time sheets to find out how their time is being calculated not just the word of some worker at a center. The family may need to hire an attorney to fight for his time to count.
DOC changes the way they compute time served constantly. The inmate must contact the case worker and they can explain how much time is left to be served.
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