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« on: March 04, 2013, 04:07:01 PM »

my best friend was just sentenced 2 years for aggravated battery. He has no battery charges on his record whatsoever. He has been to prison before for theft. They gave him a plea bargain for 2 years with 170 days credit. He acted like it was good, but I thought that they should have taken it down to a misdemeanor because to me it still seems rather harsh. Now he is waiting to go in front of the Prisoner Review Board because he violated parole.do they add even more time usually? His original out date discharge date was May 23rd 2014. Any comments would be awesome thank you!
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« Reply #1 on: March 04, 2013, 04:08:19 PM »

also I forgot to ask then you pick up the new charge after being on parole what does that do to your good time he was serving 50 percent and had  good time
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« Reply #2 on: March 04, 2013, 06:01:19 PM »

my best friend was just sentenced 2 years for aggravated battery. He has no battery charges on his record whatsoever. He has been to prison before for theft. They gave him a plea bargain for 2 years with 170 days credit. He acted like it was good, but I thought that they should have taken it down to a misdemeanor because to me it still seems rather harsh. Now he is waiting to go in front of the Prisoner Review Board because he violated parole.do they add even more time usually? His original out date discharge date was May 23rd 2014. Any comments would be awesome thank you!

Is this the same person you asked questions about in this topic:

http://www.illinoisprisontalk.org/index.php?topic=29668.msg229464#msg229464


Questions were answered for you in that topic if it is the same person.


If he violated parole is is not eligible for SSC, if they gave him 2 years @50% that would be 1 year minus the 170 days (almost 6 months) so he would either have to finish whatever time he had left on parole or the time on this new sentence, whichever time is greater and yes they could add some time on too.
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