No one here can provide you with an exact answer. I suggest you ask the 'kids father' yourself if that is feasible. Otherwise I suggest you view online records which may be deemed unofficial in nature. Tricia Dwyer Esq.
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He could be close to parole eligibility and they want to have a meeting to measure his progress. On-the-other-hand, the meeting might having nothing to do with his release. I suspect he doesn't knows much either. I guess best practice is to wait and hope that it is in regards to his release.
Each case is different. A person's eligibility for parole depends on so many factors. Check to see if the Department of Corrections lists an anticipated release date on his offender record.
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