Assuming your sentence is a non- violent and/or non serious felony you will get day-to-day credit bringing your sentence to 90 days. You'll need to wait and hear from a local SLO lawyer perhaps on this site to find out about earlier releases from SLO County Jail. Most of the jails are releasing inmates early for non-violent offenses because of overcrowding.
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It's difficult to predict because its up to the jail. At most, I would expect that you'd serve 90 days, minus any credits that you have for time already spent in custody. Best of luck.
The unknown computer determines the time due to the level of overcrowding and nature of the crime, you could already be released in LA county, be patient
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