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Old 05-26-2017, 01:34 PM
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I'm trying to understand what ">2012" means.

Also, with probation, generally that's a suspended sentence. If you violate probation and they send you in, it's the whole term less behavior and time served, not the balance of probation. If they sentenced him to six years it won't matter when his probation would have ended.
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I dont know what 2012 means either because the first time he went to prison was in 2008 and that was for attempted murder and than he was released in 2013 on a self defense charge. But had 3 yrs parole which ended for him last year in September
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I don't know how else to say this so I'm going to try to be as compassionate as I can be:

This man has problems he needs to figure out how to deal with. If what I'm understanding is that he was charged with attempted murder, then a domestic case and you admit that he was physically aggressive toward your child-- the LEAST of your concerns should be how soon he's back your home.

You don't need to be a criminal defense attorney to figure out his sentencing, but we do need more solid information than appears to be available. What is clear is that the communication between the two of you isn't working. It would have been possible when he was taken back to county for him to explain his charges and tell you what to expect. If he hasn't done that-- he's failed you. If he's not able to do that because of mental health issues, then that's a second layer of complication.

Please. Browse our DV Forum. Read the threads. You have a child on the way that needs your focus and your health. Stressing his release date doesn't even come close to doing that.

You are worth more than this man is providing you right now. He may have his good qualities, but right now, you need to do you. His stuff will all be sorted out eventually.
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I agree with Mia....not that it isn't important to figure out his out-date, but the main concern I have looking over his charges, even if there's mental illness involved, even if he sorts himself out, is the impact that his actions, regardless of reasons, are having on you and any children in your home.

To me ">2012" could mean the crime was committed after 2012 and may be connected to how the penal code applies or what punishment range applies to it rather than the event occurring in 2012. Which is why I'm not so sure that the crime being charged or the punishment meted out have anything to do with a 2012 date other than maybe when the version of the penal code came into affect.
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Yeah.... I guess ima just settle for 6 yrs! Will he do all that time in Wasco?
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Yeah.... I guess ima just settle for 6 yrs! Will he do all that time in Wasco?


Well it's not about settling for the time.....it's two factors right now.

1.) unless there's some suspended time or an enhancement or something we don't know about, 6 years at half (3 years basically) is the best we can figure for his time to serve.
2.) we have a genuine, real concern about where you are as far as having support. Even if his crimes are entirely a result of his mental illness, that doesn't mean that you yourself might not need further support beyond just what is offered here.

As to where he'll do his time, that will depend on how he is classified and what prisons he gets endorsed to. It's too early to tell.
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he will probably only be in wasco for reception .. lately i've seen people moving out of there after 4-6 months , sometimes longer .. at some point while he's in reception, he will see the counselor & they will originally tell him two options of where he may be endorsed to.. & that's when he'll be told his earliest release date ... now this may change at anytime, for a number of different reasons.

as far as being the victim of his crimes, & how communication with him will go ... you will NOT be allowed to visit him ever. i know that for a fact. i also know that wasco has made it difficult for people writing when they're the victim of the man's crime.. a good friend of mine actually, her husband was in wasco for reception, & after about 2 months of writing .. the mail she would send him started getting sent back or just never showing up to him at all. & sometimes they wouldn't mail his to her.
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