Legal Question in Criminal Law in California

inmate custody status:unsupervised

How can the system show someone as being in custody in county jail, but they are walking the streets and going about their business as usual, their custody status on Vinelink is displayed as ''unsupervised custody'' . What exactly does that mean?

Asked on 11/21/07, 8:59 am

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Jacek W. Lentz Law Offices of Jacek W. Lentz
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Re: inmate custody status:unsupervised

I strongly suspect the inmate is on electronic monitoring/house arrest. Technically still in custody but not quite in county jail.

Hope this helps.

Jacek Lentz, Esq.

Los Angeles, CA

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Answered on 11/21/07, 2:12 pm

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