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Old 01-11-2018, 11:56 AM
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How long will it take for parole eligible date to appear on his cdcr inmate info page?
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The PED on the locator is a fairly new feature so I'm not sure! But I would assume that they have to be scored and classified for that to happen which would be the time that they see their counselor. That can take several months. But, I'm honestly not sure. Hopefully someone will come along with recent experience and give you an idea.
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My boyfriend is in reception and it showed within two weeks. I haven’t heard from him since he was first transferred to reception so I’m not sure if he has seen his counselor or what’s going on.
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I'm also waiting.. my husband just became eligible for parole under AB1308 and I've been waiting for his PED to appear on the website. The wait is freaking giving me grey hairs lol
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I'm also waiting.. my husband just became eligible for parole under AB1308 and I've been waiting for his PED to appear on the website. The wait is freaking giving me grey hairs lol
How long have you been waiting? What is ab1308
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AB1308 is the latest extension for youth offender parole.
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AB1308 is the age extension to SB 260/261

It passed in October but didn't go into effect till January 1st.
Guys started getting their new PEDs in December though so it's been over a month.. hoping we get something soon. We are beyond anxious lol
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I think it’s “whenever they get to it.”

I have one friend who’s date was recently reduced by a month. Another girl Dee and I know who went back in several months ago on a new offense shows a paroled date in 2015 from her previous charge (and no, she’s not in on a violation, she got convicted on a new charge.)
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Well it just showed and it says. 12/2028
Im not sure how im supposed to feel right now. It hurts to think of how he must feel.

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Well it just showed and it says. 12/2018
Im not sure how im supposed to feel right now. It hurts to think of how he must feel.
2018? That's 11 months from now. If I recall he was facing something like 17 years?
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2018? That's 11 months from now. If I recall he was facing something like 17 years?
Oops I meant 2028
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2018? That's 11 months from now. If I recall he was facing something like 17 years?
2018 I wish. He was sentenced to 15 year's
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2018 I wish. He was sentenced to 15 year's
Ahh, OK. The good news he will be able to earn some time off of that, even. Once he's in his home prison he can jump right into milestone programs.
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Our time appeared too.... finally!!!! So excited!!!!
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Out time showed up also...
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My husbands was on there immediately...but then again, he did take a plea so we already knew when he'd be out
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I was looking where to post this same question I check at least once a week & his does t show yet. I'm starting to get nervous. I've asked him to ask to speak to his counselor if there is a reason why it's not showing up, but he kind of shines me off. Mel's 5 your date is 2028 right? Well as of right now mine is 2040�� with AB1308 It would change to 2030. Ohh my heart sinks writting these numbers.
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2018 I wish. He was sentenced to 15 year's
So sorry about the long sentence. My son is going to be facing a long one soon. I think I remember reading that you asked about how the county jail credit was going to work. Did the give him credit at 50% Or 80%. I'm wondering how credit will work out for my son. Thank you.
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So sorry about the long sentence. My son is going to be facing a long one soon. I think I remember reading that you asked about how the county jail credit was going to work. Did the give him credit at 50% Or 80%. I'm wondering how credit will work out for my son. Thank you.
Hi Im not sure yet. Were waiting on his counselor to talk to him but since he has only been there for a month im assuming it's still gonna be a while. Sorry I couldn't be more helpful.
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Hi Im not sure yet. Were waiting on his counselor to talk to him but since he has only been there for a month im assuming it's still gonna be a while. Sorry I couldn't be more helpful.
County time should have been figured at the time of his sentencing and it would be on his sentencing summary. Unless things have changed, but since it's completed, he would have access to that information from the court summary.
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County time should have been figured at the time of his sentencing and it would be on his sentencing summary. Unless things have changed, but since it's completed, he would have access to that information from the court summary.
I wasn't able to make it to his sentencing. And idk anything about the case summary Im going to ask him about it.
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AB1308 is the age extension to SB 260/261

It passed in October but didn't go into effect till January 1st.
Guys started getting their new PEDs in December though so it's been over a month.. hoping we get something soon. We are beyond anxious lol
Is all this information for State? What if your guy is in the FEDS?
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Is all this information for State? What if your guy is in the FEDS?
CDCR inmates only, no feds. :/
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