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Old 09-20-2016, 07:14 AM
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Default Hopeful release date, 4/15/2017 Halfway house? Parole/probation? How long?

Hello,
My fiance is currently serving 3, 6 to 12 sentences for a violent crime. Florence McClure womens cc in Las Vegas, NV.
She was paroled in first 2 , 6 to 12 sentences. Currently in 6th year of 3rd and final 6 to 12. Expected parole date is in Early December.
I have many questions.
Halfway house? How long?
Parole/probation. How long?
Any info mite be helpful.
Thanks, Ben
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I'm not familiar with Nevada's policies/procedures, but I'll venture a guess that probation/parole will last as long as whatever time she has left (minus any street time/good time, if applicable).

Halfway house....most likely only if she has no approved Home Plan, though its possible that Nevada requires it. You can look up Parole Statutes:

http://www.leg.state.nv.us/NRS/Index.cfm

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Time she has left? She will have served 18 years of 3, 6 to 12s. So, she mite still owe 18 years of parole?
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Minus good behavior time?
When might we know some clear answers?
She hopefully gets paroled in dec and released in April2017.
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Does Nevada have Good Time? For taking classes/programs, working, staying write-up free? If so, her sentence will be "credited" whatever Good Time she's earned. Does Nevada DOC Inmate Search list both a minimum and maximum sentence? The minimum will be her sentence minus Good Time (IF Nevada has Good Time, some states do not)

http://doc.nv.gov/

When an inmate makes parole, they still have "time" on their sentence that they complete (walk off) once released. That's the time she'll be on parole if her sentence is not served-out while incarcerated.
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From reading statutes, the amount of her credits wil depend on when she was sentenced:

CREDITS ON TERM OF IMPRISONMENT
NRS 209.432 Definitions.
NRS 209.433 Credits for offender sentenced on or before June 30, 1969.
NRS 209.443 Credits for offender sentenced after June 30, 1969, for crime committed before July 1, 1985.
NRS 209.446 Credits for offender sentenced for crime committed on or after July 1, 1985, but before July 17, 1997.
NRS 209.4465 Credits for offender sentenced for crime committed on or after July 17, 1997.
NRS 209.447 Credits for offender sentenced after June 30, 1991, for crime committed before July 1, 1985, and released on parole.
NRS 209.4475 Credits for offender on parole as of January 1, 2004, or released on parole on or after January 1, 2004.
NRS 209.448 Credits for completion of program of treatment for abuse of alcohol or drugs.
NRS 209.449 Credits for completion of vocational education and training or other program.
NRS 209.4495 Limitation on amount of credit offender may earn.
NRS 209.451 Forfeiture and restoration of credits.


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NRS 209.4465  Credits for offender sentenced for crime committed on or after July 17, 1997. 1.  An offender who is sentenced to prison for a crime committed on or after July 17, 1997, who has no serious infraction of the regulations of the Department, the terms and conditions of his or her residential confinement or the laws of the State recorded against the offender, and who performs in a faithful, orderly and peaceable manner the duties assigned to the offender, must be allowed:
(a) For the period the offender is actually incarcerated pursuant to his or her sentence;
(b) For the period the offender is in residential confinement; and
(c) For the period the offender is in the custody of the Division of Parole and Probation of the Department of Public Safety pursuant to NRS 209.4886 or 209.4888,
a deduction of 20 days from his or her sentence for each month the offender serves.
2.  In addition to the credits allowed pursuant to subsection 1, the Director may allow not more than 10 days of credit each month for an offender whose diligence in labor and study merits such credits. In addition to the credits allowed pursuant to this subsection, an offender is entitled to the following credits for educational achievement:
(a) For earning a general educational development certificate or an equivalent document, 60 days.
(b) For earning a high school diploma, 90 days.
(c) For earning his or her first associate degree, 120 days.
3.  The Director may, in his or her discretion, authorize an offender to receive a maximum of 90 days of credit for each additional degree of higher education earned by the offender.
4.  The Director may allow not more than 10 days of credit each month for an offender who participates in a diligent and responsible manner in a center for the purpose of making restitution, program for reentry of offenders and parolees into the community, conservation camp, program of work release or another program conducted outside of the prison. An offender who earns credit pursuant to this subsection is eligible to earn the entire 30 days of credit each month that is allowed pursuant to subsections 1 and 2.
5.  The Director may allow not more than 90 days of credit each year for an offender who engages in exceptional meritorious service.
6.  The Board shall adopt regulations governing the award, forfeiture and restoration of credits pursuant to this section.
7.  Except as otherwise provided in subsections 8 and 9, credits earned pursuant to this section:
(a) Must be deducted from the maximum term or the maximum aggregate term imposed by the sentence, as applicable; and
(b) Apply to eligibility for parole unless the offender was sentenced pursuant to a statute which specifies a minimum sentence that must be served before a person becomes eligible for parole.
8.  Credits earned pursuant to this section by an offender who has not been convicted of:
(a) Any crime that is punishable as a felony involving the use or threatened use of force or violence against the victim;
(b) A sexual offense that is punishable as a felony;
(c) A violation of NRS 484C.110, 484C.120, 484C.130 or 484C.430 that is punishable as a felony; or
(d) A category A or B felony,
apply to eligibility for parole and, except as otherwise provided in subsection 9, must be deducted from the minimum term or the minimum aggregate term imposed by the sentence, as applicable, until the offender becomes eligible for parole and must be deducted from the maximum term or the maximum aggregate term imposed by the sentence, as applicable.
9.  Credits deducted pursuant to subsection 8 may reduce the minimum term or the minimum aggregate term imposed by the sentence, as applicable, by not more than 58 percent for an offender who:
(a) Is serving a sentence for an offense committed on or after July 1, 2014; or
(b) On or after July 1, 2014, makes an irrevocable election to have his or her consecutive sentences aggregated pursuant to NRS 213.1212.
(Added to NRS by 1997, 3175; A 1999, 2881; 2001, 1164, 1937; 2001 Special Session, 157; 2003, 26, 28, 1367, 2577; 2007, 3176; 2009, 1887; 2013, 225, 3289)

She'll know how much Good Time she's gotten. She should also have a pretty good idea how long she'll be on parole provided she gets approved. If denied, the Board will tell her for long.
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