|Name||Register number||Age||Gender||Release date|
|Juan Carlos Avila||18650-032||30||Male||Dec 12, 2023|
|Clarence Bernard Buck||49533-379||39||Male||Dec 20, 2144|
|Jose Corral||15460-298||37||Male||Dec 26, 2030|
|Luis Alberto Cruz||22879-040||33||Male||Aug 31, 2037|
|Eric Jackson||27533-018||42||Male||Nov 21, 2032|
|William Jenkins||56597-056||32||Male||Feb 20, 2024|
|Luis Angel Ortiz||71367-067||40||Male||May 30, 2027|
|Carlos Ellis Powell||46705-039||47||Male||Life|
|Robert Peter Russell||17281-083||63||Male||Life|
|Jason Joseph Smith||71772-004||48||Male||May 29, 2025|
|Kevin L Thomas||05714-000||52||Male||Life|
|Cory Vumbacco||17527-509||25||Male||Jul 2, 2023|
|Found 14 people.|
Martha carefully picked the day she started her incarceration, leveraging technicalities, and got out 4 days early.
Lori left it to chance and ended up spending an extra 3 days in prison. If she had reported to prison 1 day earlier (Oct 29), she would have gotten out 4 days earlier (Dec 24), and been home for Christmas.
If you are facing sentencing, be smart... Figure out the best day to report to prison.