TDC stands for Texas Department of Corrections. There are several variables that come into play when it comes to determining his parole eligibility date. He may get credit for the time he has, but other factors or credits will determine his actual release date. Very generally speaking, inmates do 75% of their sentence before becoming eligible for parole. Becoming eligible for parole does not mean that he is going to be released on that date, just that he may be considered. Speak to a lawyer that regularly does parole work to get a better idea of when he may be eligible.
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