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Old 03-11-2011, 06:07 AM
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Can anyone tell me what it means to reconvey as appropriate they are convey him to his hearing.
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Old 04-04-2011, 08:51 PM
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Just got some great news tonight! Today while I was at work my Boo called and called. Once in a while he will call just once to let me know he's thinking about me. I can't answer so he's told me this is the deal. But today he kept calling. Once I was finally home from work he called! Thank God he didn't call when I was driving I may have crashed my car! He was called into the counselor's office. The charging county has requested his institution records! They have to let the inmate know this and talk with them about everything before sending the stuff off.........Needless to say, it looks like he may be home sooner than expected! WOO HOO!
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Old 04-06-2011, 02:52 PM
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Is this true???? Not that I'm doubting you bigteddy'sgrl, but my son filed his judicial release on 1/28, the court sat on it until 3/17 then referred it to re-entry court. Now it has been sitting there for 3 weeks. No one has talked to him at his institution about his records so does that mean it is still probably sitting on someone's desk? Such a frustrating process!
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Old 04-06-2011, 05:08 PM
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What county was his sentence in? That may have something to do with it. I read on the ORC site that they are supposed to have a hearing withing 60 days of the filing but can be pushed to 180. I would tell him to ask his case manager. Legally I would think that if he was to ask about his files, they would have to tell him if the court has requested them.




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Is this true???? Not that I'm doubting you bigteddy'sgrl, but my son filed his judicial release on 1/28, the court sat on it until 3/17 then referred it to re-entry court. Now it has been sitting there for 3 weeks. No one has talked to him at his institution about his records so does that mean it is still probably sitting on someone's desk? Such a frustrating process!
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Old 04-07-2011, 06:21 AM
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He was sentenced in Cuyahoga County. And he asked his case worker when he was in Lorain Correctional and he did nothing. He told his case worker, my judicial release was referred to Re-Entry Court can you tell me what I have to do and the caes worker said let me see your legal mail and when my son told him, I don't have legal mail because I have an attorney doing this, he said I can't help you. Wouldn't even check the docket to verify what my son was saying was true. It has been well over the 60 days from filing and I'm getting ready to fire our attorney because he won't do anything. But no one has asked him anything about his records while in prison. So FRUSTRATING!
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Old 04-07-2011, 07:23 PM
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Yeah I would definately say taht your attorney is slacking! I sent my Boo the info filled out he signed the docs and sent them back. I took them personally to the clerk of courts. Good Luck! Maybe now that he's in Richland they can give him better info. We found that in Lorain not much could be done!
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Old 05-18-2011, 10:02 PM
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what county are u in?? my bf has 2 years n his 180 days will b up on july 4.. but im pregnant n due in july.. i wonder if we file a little b4 what the chances are.. how long did it take for them to respond to your jr??
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Ok, I am out on judicial release and I was sentenced to three years and only served 189 days of those three years. So, NO you do not HAVE to serve half of your sentence. I'm sure some attorneys won't file the request until half of the time has been served, that's possible, but the judge will consider it before you have served half the time. I am proof of this. Now, typically after you file for your judicial relase the have an "Oral Hearing". This is where the judge, prosecutor and defense attorney meet in the judge's chambers and discuss the case. After this hearing, the judge can flat out deny the request, mull the decision over for as long as he wants, or set a hearing date. If they want the offender back for the hearing they will issue a "Order to Convey or Remove". Thus, basically telling the sherriff's office to come get you (the offender.) I did not have to go back to prison after my hearing, I didn't even have to go to the county jail. The deputy came and got me in the morning, took me right to the court house, I sat in a holding cell until my courtime, and I was uncuffed and shackled and released right there. I walked out of the court house with my family. And I had mailed my stuff home from the prison.
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Old 05-19-2011, 06:02 AM
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If you file before the appropriate time they will deny the judicial release. So do not file early.
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Old 05-20-2011, 04:43 PM
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My name is Pam Nixon, and I am a Criminal and Civil Paralegal in Cuyahoga County. Like you, I also have a loved one serving time. I have researched this area of law for quite some time, and knows the ins and outs of it. I also know that attorneys are charging crazy rates to families like ourselves, who already are taking a financial hit as it is because our loved one is gone. Basically, I am trying to advocate for the families of an inmate, since it doesn't seem like anyone else is.

If your loved one is eligible for judicial release, then I can help you.

FIRST, EMAIL ME WITH all information about him/her, Inmate#, location of incarceration, location and facts surrounding the crime, and what he has done in prison to show he is "reformed". From there, I collect all the information and type up the Memorandum which is basically a letter consisting of the reasons why he/she should be released. I will send you an outline of what I think are KEY POINTS from what you tell me, and I will leave it up to you to add or remove information.

SECONDLY, If you decide to go with my services after you see what I have typed so far, I will need a check in the form of a money order for $250.00, (I am trying to see if this will pass under my paypal account thru Ebay since I have 100% feedback on other things that I have bought and sold there) but once I receivemoney from you, I will call you to get more information about your case, and consult with you every step of the way.

THIRDLY, I can assure you within 3 days of receiving the fee, I will have your Motion typed, drafted out, and sent to you to review (checking for errors or omissions, and other things you may WANT to have inserted). Once you "approve" the Motion, Memorandum and the letters I have written on your character witness list, I will send it to you so you can have your "character witnesses" sign their letters. From then, you will file your Motion with the Court, with instructions on what to do next. Not only that, I WILL help you through the whole process.

If you need references, or if you have any questions at all, please feel free to email me. I wish you and your family the very best of luck either way! God Bless!

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Hello my name is Lisa my fiance is incarcerated at Mansfield correctional, he was sentenced to seven years and 2 years mandatory and has serve 4 years. He was charged with vehicular assault and fleeing and eluding. Since incarceration he has accumulated several certificates in bible ministries and will be graduating from Ashland University for Business Management. So due to is time spent in prison he has accomplish a substantial of acheivements. And also I need to know if your just affiliated with cuyahoga county. Thanks!!!!!!!
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Old 12-18-2011, 01:09 PM
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Im so new to this so please be patient.

My boyfriend has a judicial hearing scheduled for this week, and I am curious on what to expect.
Will he get out that day? What about his belongings in prison?

This is not the first one that has been filed, but it is the first one that he has been given a court day. He has to appear in front of the judge, per the judge orders.
He was sentenced to 4 yrs and at this moment, has served 3 yrs, 6 months of that time.
Any feed back will be appreciated. Thanks.
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Old 12-18-2011, 01:17 PM
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He will be transported back to the county jail (usually the day before the hearing). The judge will hear the motion, hear information from both sides as to whether or not the motion will be sustained or denied. He'll go back to the county and more than likely be released that day if it is sustained. For his belongings he'll either have to sign a cash slip to get his property mailed to him before he leaves the prison or you will have to go back to the prison to pick it up after BOSCO has sent the release information to the prison (I had to go back to London to get my stuff after my judicial on Nov. 7th). Hope this helps!

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Old 12-18-2011, 01:36 PM
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It does..
What is BOSCO?
Ive heard so many different things that my head is spinning!
His prison is about 15 min away from the court house, could we go then, if he is released, back or does he have to wait an amount of time?

Im sorry if Im asking to many questions, I just want him home..
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Old 12-18-2011, 01:49 PM
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Im nervous about this week, he has less than 5 months to go (with time served and "good time"). I dont know if they are going to let him come home, go to a rehab, half way house, nothing..
Wish I had something to go on so I dont walk in there and get completely blind sided.
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Old 12-18-2011, 02:20 PM
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BOSCO is the Bureau Of Sentence COmputation. They are the ones that give release orders to prisons. Until BOSCO gives that info to the prison they won't release his property. I had 19 months left on my sentence and they gave me my judicial (although I had a newborn baby waiting for me at home and it was in my plea agreement).
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Im nervous about this week, he has less than 5 months to go (with time served and "good time"). I dont know if they are going to let him come home, go to a rehab, half way house, nothing..
Wish I had something to go on so I dont walk in there and get completely blind sided.
Wishing you and he the best outcome here. Seems positive since he only has a short amount of time remaining, relatively speaking... although I realize if one had to do that time it would seem like an eternity.

God speed on this... keep us posted. My guess is you will be reporting back that he is in your arms.
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Wishing you and he the best outcome here. Seems positive since he only has a short amount of time remaining, relatively speaking... although I realize if one had to do that time it would seem like an eternity.

God speed on this... keep us posted. My guess is you will be reporting back that he is in your arms.
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Good Luck. Many times when they bring them up, they are going to give them a judicial. Let us know how it goes.
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Good Luck. Many times when they bring them up, they are going to give them a judicial. Let us know how it goes.


Thank you very much and I will keep everyone posted.
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My husband was released on jr, they brought him into the court room and asked if he was going to be released to anyone,of course it was me. After they granted his jr, they took him back to the jail it started at, they processed him for release there. We had to visit his probation officer that day. He was granted an interstate compact agreement that day and they gave us 24 hrsto remove ourselves rom Ohio to Va., where we now reside. If they bring you to court and you are denied your jr, you arent able to reapply for it. Usually they wont bring you back to be denied but.. it has happened.
Hey Reddawgluv glad that your husband was granted a judicial release. I saw that this was a while ago, but I was wondering what steps did you have to take in order for him to be granted interstate compact probation? My husband is currently serving time in Ohio and we are about to contact his lawyer to see about him filing a motion for judicial release. We are wanting to move to GA, but obviously I didn't want to move there before he got approved and released not knowing if they were going to grant him an interstate compact agreement.

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BOSCO is the Bureau Of Sentence COmputation. They are the ones that give release orders to prisons. Until BOSCO gives that info to the prison they won't release his property. I had 19 months left on my sentence and they gave me my judicial (although I had a newborn baby waiting for me at home and it was in my plea agreement).
Hey what do you mean when you say although it was in your plea agreement? Are you stating that you were supposed to get out earlier than when they let you out according to your agreement? How long did it take for them to finally let you out? I ask because my husband took a plea deal and they gave him an agreement as well.

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