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HOW MUCH TIME WILL HE SERVE 18 mos County Felony sentence?

Here are the docket details: Probation order is revoked. Probation remains revoked. Probation is ordered terminated unsuccessfully. Pursuant to 1170(h)(5)(A) PC, defendant is sentenced to felony jail. Total fixed term is 1 Year(s) 4 Month(s) 0 Day(s). Defendant is entitled to credit for time served of - 227 days actual time and 227 days of 4019(b)(1) and (c)(1) time, for a total credit of 454 days, (calculated at the rate of 2 days 4019 for every 4 days sentenced). Does this mean the minimum (with good behavior) after 227 days? It doesn't say actual credit for time serve, it says "entitled" Does that make a difference? A warrant was issued after a judge revoke probabtion ex parte due to continual probabtion violations.

Asked on 7/22/13, 2:05 pm

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Zadik Shapiro Law Offices of C. Zadik Shapiro
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He was sentenced to 16 month. He will do eight months or approximately 240 days of which has done 227.

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7/22/13, 2:12 pm

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