Huber release does not have an effect on good time. They are two different things. Huber lets you out of jail for certain purposes during your sentence. Good time takes time off the sentence. In WI for a jail sentence Good Time is 25% of the sentence. So for every 4 days ordered you serve 3 as long as you follow the rules.
The jail should calculate your release date for you. If you have questions about their math, ask your lawyer.
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Huber release does not effect your good time calculation. You will be granted 1 day of good time for every 4 days you serve. You can ask the jail for your release date. Also you will be released on the final day of your sentence at 2:30 I'm the morning.
Sometimes, judges allow good time on a jail term which is a condition of probation, even though you would not get good time normally on conditional probation time without such a special order. The rate of good time credit is normally one day off your sentence for every five. I would need to review your judgment of conviction to answer this question properly.
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