View Full Version : What does the pe/te dates mean

12-16-2005, 04:01 PM
my husbands pe/te date is may of 1008 does that mean he has to do time till that date? with no way to get out earlier? i pray he dont.but anything anyone can tell me will help.

12-18-2005, 06:21 PM
May 2008 will be the date he is eligible for parole. If he is eligible for the EPA kickout, it could be 90 days prior or if they have the extended EPA it could be 1 year prior. Other than that, I do not know of anything that could get him out sooner except clemency.

Hitch's Girl
12-24-2005, 03:46 PM
Hunt's-girl, is the EPA for inmates that have already served a certain amount of time before they're eligible? I know there's a post about this somewhere but i'm too lazy to sift through all of the messages, lol.
jenjen43-how much time has your husband already served?

12-24-2005, 04:31 PM
According to the EPA act, an inmate must have served at least 6 months in a correctional facility before being eligible for the EPA.

Here is the link to the EPA information:

Hitch's Girl
12-25-2005, 07:34 PM
Thanks Hunt's-girl. Appreciate the info :)

12-31-2005, 05:34 PM
if they have to do the time the pe/te date says why is it that several of the guys that i know in prison got out along time before there dates,i know of 2 that both had 10yrs.and their dates said 2007 and they are out,one of them even had 1 prior in ark and 1 in texas. they did'nt get 70% and neither did my husband, i mean with jail time and all they may have done a year.

01-01-2006, 10:48 AM
Are you positive that was their parole date or their full time served date? I have never heard of someone getting out that much earlier, so I would ask these guys how they got out so early. Another possibility is they might have done boot camp which speeds up the process of coming home. Other than that, I do not have a clue.

02-12-2012, 12:36 AM
My brother's PE/TE date was almost a year ago. He has been up for parole 2 or 3 times and each time he has failed to make parole. In his case, his wife keeps contesting his parole. He wants me to call the parole board and complain about his not getting parole and about the terrible medical treatment he has been given since he went in almost 3 years ago. Does anyone think my calling will do any good?

02-13-2012, 08:03 AM
Why os the wife contesting it? If you can get together enough documents of other family support you can go to the next parole hearing and they can override her. No calling about the medical department will not help they are not ADC employess because they are contracted by ADC.

03-03-2012, 07:27 AM
Is his wife a victim? If so, her contest of his parole overrules everything.