Consecutive means they don't run at the same time (like concurrent). So after one runs the next will.
1) If you get sentenced to 30 years you are not parole eligible in 3 years.
2) If you revoke on a sentence you can be sentenced again, it can be as high as the initial sentence range possibilities, even if you served some time in ADC.
3) Calculating good time is based on the criminal history score of the person and the severity of sentence. Even with all this information, no one can tell you the date she will get out. They can tell you the first date she would be eligible for release.
We are expressly not creating an attorney client privilege. While I am a criminal defense attorney, I am just speaking in general about the law in Arkansas and not your specific situation. I am not providing advice, I am just assessing a situation. If you are facing charges then it is serious, and you need to schedule a consultation with myself or another criminal defense attorney. My office is at www.lrattorney.com.
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