Possible? Yes. Likely? No. For a felony sentence, inmates typically do at least two years before being considered. At the end of year two, your husband will be at 2/3 of his sentence and probably a good candidate for parole. Hire a lawyer to represent him at the parole board.
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Is it possible? Yes because the parole board does what they want to do. However, they are behind about six months in the review process so the likelihood of him doing less is not there unless he can hire an attorney to look into it.
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