Federal sentencing is determinate, which means no parole. Still this question requires someone knowledgeable with federal sentencing and a lot more information. I recommend you contact an attorney who is experienced in federal sentencing matters.
85% of sentenced time less time served st time of sentencing, less half way house as determined by BOP.
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He could also receive time off for drug treatment if he qualified at sentencing and its available. As others stated, its typically 85%, minus jail credit and his atty would be the best sorce of info re drug treatment.
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Every so often federal inmates cling to the belief that the 85% rule is going to be reduced to only 65%. I've been hearing this rumor for over 20 years. It is not true.