Trying too understand my man sentence and when he’s gunna get out
It means that the person will serve 18 months unless earlier to the community, which based upon the sentence I highly doubt. After they serve the 18 months they will be places on probation for 9 1/2 years and if they violate their probation during that time they could be sentenced to the unexecuted ( remaining “) portion of the sentence
I agree with Attorney Woolf. If and when he gets out in a year and a half, make sure he follows every condition of his probation. Otherwise he could have a long stretch in front of him. Good luck.
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It means he was sentenced to a little more than 9 years in jail. He will be released in 18 months (or less). He will then have 9 and 1/2 years of probation. If he violates the conditions of his probation he will still owe the full amount of his sentence that he did not serve. (111 months - 18 months = 93 months owed).
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