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Old 10-01-2016, 05:46 PM
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Default ISP eligibility question - New Jersey

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Second degree offenses are eligible; however, the Prosecutor's Office is solicited for their opinion of the applicant. If the Prosecutor's Office objects to the applicant being released into ISP, a "window date" is set. A "window date" is a calculation in which the applicant must serve a minimum of six months and be within nine months of parole before they are released into ISP.

Q: Does the applicant have to serve a minimum of 6 months and be within 9 months of parole ELIGIBILITY DATE or 9 MONTHS OF ACTUAL PAROLE DATE?

Q: If my early parole date is a year after i go in... should i just wait the 6 months to apply for the first time or should I do my first application 60 days after sentencing and then apply again after the 6 months passes ????

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From what I understand from the ISP website, you can submit your application the date of your sentence. It then goes to the prosecutor's office. If the prosecutor does not object or reply, you don't have to wait the six month minimum or wait to be within 9 months.
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I graduated ISP. The only time you have to be within 9 months of your parole eligibility is when you have a stip. If the prosecutor objects they will send you back to do more time. They usually like to see at least 6 months to a year in.
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I graduated ISP. The only time you have to be within 9 months of your parole eligibility is when you have a stip. If the prosecutor objects they will send you back to do more time. They usually like to see at least 6 months to a year in.
is a stipulation a mandatory minimum?
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Hello! My son was just interviewed for ISP. He was sentenced to a 4 flat on a VOP (traveling out of state). The man that interviewed us said he's a great candidate. I've been searching this blog and I've read some posts where people have violated and have been sent back but then placed on ISP again later. My son was so close to completing his 3 year probation and a miscommunication between him and his PO cost him his freedom. He wants to succeed in this program now and knows it beats being in jail. Can you please as an ISP graduate offer any advice? How long were you on ISP? I'm curious to know what actually got the ISP violators back in prison so we can make sure he doesn't screw this up! Thank you in advance.
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I graduated ISP. The only time you have to be within 9 months of your parole eligibility is when you have a stip. If the prosecutor objects they will send you back to do more time. They usually like to see at least 6 months to a year in.
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