ENTERS BOP CAMP IN TEXAS, Likely PATTERN = Low or Minimum
Original Sentence: 11.25 Years (x) 12Months = 135 Months (x) 15 % [GTC] = 19.8 (Months Good Time Credit)
Months: 135 – 19.8 = 115.2 Months, or 9.6 yrs As long as there are No Disciplinary Infractions
115.2: With The FSA, after 2 years of ETC – you can earn 12 Months Off Sentence, Or: [115.2 -12 = 103.2], or 8.6 years
Earning more FSA Credits = more RRC or Halfway House Time
BUT 1st, Take the Assessment Survey In Order to Earn The ETC
- Otherwise, you could take the programs – just not Earn The Credits Toward Early Release
- Financial Responsibility Program
- Daily Writing What You’ve Learned from FSA Programs
- Daily Writing your Takeaways from Non-Fiction Books (or Painting), anything you are interested in.
- Why documenting? INSURANCE
- WHY DO ALL OF THIS WRITING? Consider this as insurance; similar to purchasing Life, Health, or Auto Insurance: You hope you don’t need it – Until you do.
WHAT HAPPENS IF 6 MONTHS AFTER YOU HAVE STARTED TAKING FSA CLASSES, YOUR CASE MANAGER TELLS YOU THAT THE BOP RECORDS SHOW THAT 6 MONTHS PRIOR, YOU MISSED 2 CLASS SESSIONS – AND YOU HAVE NO PAPER TRAIL, NO DOCUMENTED PROOF?
YOU’RE KICKED OUT OF THE FSA – OR MADE TO START OVER, ETC ARE REMOVED, AND NO EARLY RELEASE. NOW, THERE’S NOT MUCH YOU CAN DO, BUT WISH YOU HAD THAT INSURANCE.
RDAP = up to 1 year off Sentence: 103.2 – 12 = 91.2 Months or 7.6 yrs
- In the 12 months before the arrest, was a substance abused?
- Either Over-the-counter, prescription, legal, or illegal.
- Was your pursuit of this unique laboratory blood testing quest something (similar to gambling) to think about…?
- Did she start therapy before sentencing or her interview?
NARRATIVE/RELEASE PLAN = ITS NEVER TOO LATE TO START
- DON’T PAY SOMEONE ELSE TO DO HER JOBS
- TAKE QUIET TIME TO GET SETTLED
- IT WILL BE A SHOCK TO THE SYSTEM
- THERE WILL BE THOSE WHO WILL WANT TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF HER AS A CELEBRITY WITH $$
- With (2nd CHANCE ACT, is up to CASE MANAGERS: Reducing Criminogenic Needs)
- RRC – or Home last 6 months in home confinement= 12 months RRC §3624(c)(2).
- The regulation implementing this mandate states that “[i]nmates may be designated to community confinement as a condition of pre-release custody and programming during the final months of the inmate’s term of imprisonment, not to exceed twelve months.” 28 C.F.R. § 570.21(a).
- This regulation also provides for “home detention as a condition of pre-release custody and programming during the final months of the inmate’s term of imprisonment, not to exceed the shorter of ten percent of the inmate’s term of imprisonment or six months.”