My husband was arrested on Jan 6 on a blue warrant stating that he had not reported back in Oct (1 time) however he was wrongfully accused of not reporting since his PO was coming to the house due to my husband having a heart condition... he had all documentation from medical doctors for his PO. While in jail they determined he did not qualify for ISF.. he's not getting his parole revoked...so we are now waiting for him to be released how long does it normally take.. we were told 30 days from January 15th... if they realize that they were wrong why can't they just release him immediately?
It's difficult to answer your question with the information you have given. To give you some general information, if he had his parole revocation hearing and they determined not to revoke his parole (usually takes a couple of weeks for that decision to come through), he should get out pretty quickly. If he hasn't gotten out yet, I would call his parole officer to find out more information as to why. If he hasn't had his parole revocation hearing yet, he won't get out until he has that, and a determination is made to continue him on parole versus revocation. I'm guessing he didn't quality for ISF because he has less than 60 days left on his sentence.
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