He has now served 32 days in the county out of the 120 days sentences its a domestic violence charge he actually has a release date for 2/08/15 but I just wanna,kno if he will be realease earlier or on that set date.
There used to be all sorts of early release and people serving a fraction of their time...
Then came Prop 47. The jails are far less crowded now. He may serve close to the full amount (minus credits of course).
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He'll serve no more than 28 more days....give or take, hence the 2/8/15 release date. Probably mid-late January, but who knows? What difference does it make really? I'm sure you'll be the first to know when he's released. Be careful, there's probably a court-ordered stay away order/restraining order.
San Diego Criminal Defense Attorney--Former Prosecutor--20 years experience.
He will probably be released before 2/8/15, but how much earlier is tough to say. I'm surprised he is not out already. I just had two clients enter the LA County jail on 90 day sentences on rather bad cases and each served ten days. Good luck to him and you. If you were the victim in the case, be careful not to meet with him or talk to him and cause him to violate the protective order because that could cause him to go right back to jail (and face a new case).
Know way of knowing for certain, except to say that it will likely be 2/8/15 unless either 1) the jail needs the space and boots him early, or 2) he is held longer because he gets in trouble at the jail and loses good/work time credits. As someone else said you'll likely be the first to know what day when you get a call to pick him up.
However, as others noted if there is a criminal protective order in place, be sure not to do anything to jeopardize it. If it provides no contact and/or stay away provisions you will need to go through the courts to have that modified before you can see him/live with him/speak to him/ write to him, etc. Otherwise he will be subject to additional prosecution. If you have any questions about what order is in place, if any, check with the DA's Office. If there is an order in place they can also usually tell you what steps you have to take to change that. Otherwise, you may consider your own attorney to address that issue for you.
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