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Old 12-19-2013, 06:29 PM
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I am new here. Me and my fiancee have been back together for three years. We were high school sweethearts twenty years before. She got a class D felony possession and served about five months before getting probation. She broke probation and went back to jail. Her sentence ends in June of 2014 for good time or November without good time. She is eligible for parole on Jan. 1 of 2014. She is listed on the DOC site to be eligible at that time. My question is this. She was given a paper to fill out for the SAP program which stated she would recieve parole "upon completion of SAP". She has heard horror stories about SAP and it is not offered for women anywhere close to where we live. She did not want to go to Henderson, Louisville or Lexington to do SAP so far from myself and the rest of her family so she denied it. Does that mean she automatically will be denied parole? Thanks to anyone who answers.
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Old 12-19-2013, 07:34 PM
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If her sentence is over in June, I don't see why she would have to do SAP. SAP if a 6 month program for those in prison. And the waiting list takes a while as well.

If she was eligible for parole Jan 1, the board would have already reviewed her file. They do that up to 60 days prior to the eligibility date.

I'm moving this thread to the Kentucky forum as it is a state specific question.
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Her sentence ends in June of 2014 for good time or November without good time.
Evidently her file was reviewed and she was told she'd be paroled upon completion. Is that right?

No SAP, no parole.

She can get a copy of her time sheet...she's either been given her good time or she hasn't. She should know how much she's been credited thus far and her early release date.

SAP is difficult, but doable. My Mr completed it recently and he's an old cat. If he can do it, she could've done it. Sometimes HER programs, HER doing HER time is more important than visits, espcially for the 3 months it would've knocked off her sentence plus being paroled. I just don't get it (**shakes head**)

Anywho, whats done is done IMHO, at this point, she'd be better off serving out and coming home off paper (no parole).

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