There is no certain answer to this question. But it sounds like she was placed on probation and ordered to serve 60 days as a condition thereto. By law, she does approximately 2/3 of the time (for every 4 days, she gets 6 days credit) for good time/work time credits. However, with the extreme over-crowding in all the jails of Los Angeles County, she will likely do less. That is where the uncertainty comes to play. That is entirely dependant on the number of inmates, their respective classifications, etc. The informal survey my colleauges and I have been doing since the re-allignment (state prisoners housed at local levels) is approximately 10-20% actual time is served when the person is serving time as a probationer (instead of as a state prison sentence served at the local level). A word of caution - do not rely on the sheriff's website for the expected release date. That date always gives the longest date (without early release calculations).
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