His 90 day custody review is this week. He has prepared his packet and have been cooperating with trying to obtain his travel papers. He is being held at Etowah Detention Center.
Up to two weeks, yet all mitigating and aggravating factors will be considered and will play a part in a final decison on his prospective release if warranted.
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A week or two.
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This is tricky most likley between 1 week and a month.
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