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Old 04-01-2011, 03:08 PM
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If your husband was incarcerated for 14 months and he had no other charges, then the BOP will credit him for that time. The judge has no say on the credit, well, he said it, but the BOP doesn't take that into account when they do the final figure. Your husband will receive an official out date, go by that rather than the BOP web site. The scenario you describe is too complex to give an accurate assessment, but your husband will know the answer. He will get 47 days good time credit per year and should also get credit for the 14 months of pre-sentence incarceration.
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