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  • if time was extended and later went to solitary that's more than one.problem
    digitalpoint
    digitalpoint
    Yep... could also be a delay with how things were entered into their system. The Bureau of Prisons isn't exactly real-time or efficient. Could be one person handles data entry for loss of good time and someone else handles data entry if inmate location. I suspect the best answer about what happened will probably come from the inmate themselves.
    why would someone be put in solitary
    digitalpoint
    digitalpoint
    Could be a bunch of reasons, but typically it revolves around breaking the rules. There are a zillion rules, but some of the most common rules that are broken are things like fighting, stealing or being caught with contraband (alcohol, drugs, cigarettes, cell phones, etc.) for example.
    digitalpoint
    digitalpoint
    You can also be put into solitary not as a punishment for something you did, but temporarily until the prison staff completes an investigation to figure out what happened in a certain situation. For example if a prisoner was assaulted by another prisoner and the staff don't know exactly what happened, both parties will go to solitary until it's sorted out.
    digitalpoint
    digitalpoint
    ...but if the inmate in question is in solitary and they lost good time, in all likelihood the prison found them complicit with breaking some rule (you don't lose good time if you are solitary before an investigation is done to determine who broke the rules, like the above example of a fight).
    what would cause release date to change
    digitalpoint
    digitalpoint
    If release date was extended, it could be a loss of “good time”. If release is sooner it could be a change in sentence from court or could be something like completion of RDAP drug program.
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