Depends on what are you charged with. Is it a felony? If so, it depends on the charge. If it is a misdemeanor, and you have served 364 days then you are done. Your question is a little unclear so if this doesn't answer, you should re-ask your question with more facts.
Impossible to predict, other than to say 364 less any good time EARNED. Each facility is very different as far as how and how much gain time they will award.
How much time did you serve already? You didn't say. Take the 11/29 and subtract the time you served. Ask the local jail how many days per month you can possibly get off the sentence.
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