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Does a persons release date include the half way house time or is that separate? Any help would be appreciated.


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No, HWH time will not be factored into the bop's calculation of the release/end of sentence date since he will still be "in bop custody" there, just living in a semi-prison. It will include the maximum possible good time reduction they can earn though (54 days for each 12 months of the original sentence).
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No, HWH time will not be factored into the bop's calculation of the release/end of sentence date since he will still be "in bop custody" there, just living in a semi-prison. It will include the maximum possible good time reduction they can earn though (54 days for each 12 months of the original sentence).

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I'm so confused, The Attorney said five years, the court house said seventy eight months and now in the inmate locator it states five years and six months.



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If his actual prison sentence is 78 months,
(Check it on https://www.pacer.gov/),
his release date will be 6 years 6 months minus 351 days of good time. Half way house time is usually around 10% of the initial sentence, but it is possible to receive up to 12 months, His unit team case manager will decide how much, if any, HWH time he will get.

He will also receive day for day credit for any time spent in pretrial custody for the same charges he was sentenced for.
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One more question please if he's in a processing unit how long is he kept there before he's sent to his destination?


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It's impossible to know the answer. For me, it took over 6 months. The designation office in Grand Prairie Texas will decide where he is going, at which time the transportation schedule will be set. The bop has said they are not transferring prisoners because of the corona virus, but that may not be actually true. It will definitely slow things though.
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