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Old 03-07-2017, 08:31 AM
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Default Is it true NY DOC has 40 days to get inmate to final destination?

I'm new here and just trying to get some information . my husband agreed to Willard on 2/8/17 at his final hearing . he was kept in county for 20 days . once we started talking about a writ on the phone , he was transferred to downstate on a Monday. hes now been downstate so far 8 days . he told me last night that he was put on the draft to go to Willard. I read somewhere that county has 10 days to get them out of there and then they have a total of 40 days to get them to their final destination. my question is , is this true for parole violators once they agree to terms from the final hearing. is there anything protecting them ?
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I'm new here and just trying to get some information . my husband agreed to Willard on 2/8/17 at his final hearing . he was kept in county for 20 days . once we started talking about a writ on the phone , he was transferred to downstate on a Monday. hes now been downstate so far 8 days . he told me last night that he was put on the draft to go to Willard. I read somewhere that county has 10 days to get them out of there and then they have a total of 40 days to get them to their final destination. my question is , is this true for parole violators once they agree to terms from the final hearing. is there anything protecting them ?
10 business days to get through reception, then Willard. The forty day thing is incorrect.

Protect him from what?
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10 business days to get through reception, then Willard. The forty day thing is incorrect.

Protect him from what?
Basically protecting him from doing time for nothing
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Basically protecting him from doing time for nothing
No....when he gets to Willard he does his 98 days and released, no matter how much time in county.
If for some reason he was to violate after Willard, and have to continue his original sentence, then the county holding time would be counting towards his bid.
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Did you ever find anything solid on this? I’ve done extensive research but don’t know for sure if what I’ve found is current...
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Did you ever find anything solid on this? I’ve done extensive research but don’t know for sure if what I’ve found is current...
I believe they can make you wait until a bed opens. From what I have read, this is due to demand and limited bed space. Alternative sentencing is a gift.

His clock starts once he gets to Willard.
If he is there in reception passed 30 days, you can bring him or mail him a package.this will help him feel.more comfortable.

He'll go to commissary every 2 weeks. If you havent, you can add money through JPay. Turn around is about 24 hrs (business days only)
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