the detention center doesn't always have or publish the correct release date. Your brother should check with the institution as to what date they have.
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If the deal is for him to be released tomorrow, what makes you think they won't release him? If they don't, contact his attorney. Good luck.
Credits must be earned and sometimes they are not so if the release date is based upon half time or a portion thereof, the release date may not be accurate. Have your brother contact the authorities to get an accurate release date. Good luck.
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Your brother needs to ask when is his release date. It is possible that he may get out tomorrow and the fact that their system is not updated .