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Old 12-06-2013, 07:15 AM
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Default Wichita Work Release/Sedgwick County questions

My friend was in Wichita Work release, he was going to be released the 8th. He has been sent to County, or rolled back for use of stimulants. I have a couple questions

Under his charge in the Sedgwick County site it says "In Transit" What exactly does this mean?

Also what kinds of things would get him in enough trouble to get rolled back, what sorts of things are considered stimulants?

Is there a way to find out how much more time he is going to have added on and if there is a way to find out if he will be moved
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"In transit" means he has/is in the process of being moved. Has he picked a new charge? Or is it (the stimulant use) simply a violation of his work release?

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"In transit" means he has/is in the process of being moved. Has he picked a new charge? Or is it (the stimulant use) simply a violation of his work release?

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Violation of the work release, which the charge seemed fishy anyway since he got out the 8th... he was keeping clean. But I figured out they were only keeping him till the end of his sentence and was let out on time.

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So would the In-transit part also be present if they were in the process of releasing him?
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