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Why a Projected Release Date was: "2030-08-31", now: "2031-05-14" ? Why they add more time??
digitalpoint
digitalpoint
Most likely a sentence adjustment from the court. The Bureau of Prisons can't change someone's sentence beyond making adjustments for "good time" (up to 54 days off per year) or removing a year for successful RDAP completion. That change is a 279 day extension, which is more than someone could have lost for being "bad" for a year.
What does it mean when it says that they are already released from the custody? Where do they go/stay if they are still awaiting sentencing?
digitalpoint
digitalpoint
There isn't a specific place. Someone would normally stay at their home (since that's where they live). There might be conditions on a bail/bond release (for example you might need to check-in with probation/pre-trial services and they might not allow you to leave the state/district without pre-approval). But normally, they would "be" at their place of residence.
When I look up my friend, all it's says as far as location is " in transit". When I click on his name it pulls up a list and says that's not the entire list of inmates at the location but it does not tell me where I can contact him at. How do I find out what " in transit " means and how I can contact my friend.
digitalpoint
digitalpoint
"In Transit" means they are not at a specific facility (so there's not a way to contact him). It can be used when he's being moved from one location to another, or if he's a "self-surrender" and he hasn't been processed into the facility.

If you choose to track him with the Inmate Tracker, you can get alerted as soon as he's at an actual location (and where it is).
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TriciaParker
Thank you so much I was very confused.
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