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Old 07-25-2017, 09:23 PM
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Default Is it possible to get Post Release Supervision (PRS) on indeterminate bid?

Is it possible to get PRS on a indeterminate bid like a 3 to 7 for example? Or does PRS come only with flat bids or determinate sentences? Thanks.
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Old 07-26-2017, 07:08 PM
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Is it possible to get PRS on a indeterminate bid like a 3 to 7 for example? Or does PRS come only with flat bids or determinate sentences? Thanks.
Only with (determinate) flat bids, mixed bids (determinate and indeterminate), and if owes from a prior bid (PRS violators) it still running.
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Old 07-26-2017, 07:27 PM
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That third scenario do you mean if you catch a new bid on PRS you will still owe that PRS after your new bid?
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Old 07-27-2017, 05:18 PM
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That third scenario do you mean if you catch a new bid on PRS you will still owe that PRS after your new bid?
Yes. He would be considered a PRSV NT or CRV NT (post release/conditional release violator with new term) and when you pick up a new bid while on any supervision, they run consecutive, the old bid on the back. Its still considered time owed.
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Ms. Sunny,
My fiancé was misinformed upon taking his plea by his parole officer, parole supervisor, and criminal attorney. His original bid in 2008 was a 10 flat with 5 yrs prs, in which he came home in 7 years on merit release. 14 months out he was arrested on his second case, in which he bailed out and was never violated while fighting outside, and ultimately ended in him taking a plea deal of a 2 flat with 2 prs since he was facing 12-24 in trial. it wasn't until he got downstate that DOCCS administratively added the 3 years owed from his first bid in front of his new sentence. He was never advised of this prior to taking the plea deal, not by parole whom he reported to weekly, nor by his attorney. According to sentence and review he has to complete the 3 years (time owed) before he can even start his new bid. By the way he gets no good time on the three years owed since it was "merit time" he was already rewarded. So what was supposed to be 16 months turned into 50 months! SICK is an understatement SMH
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Old 11-11-2017, 01:28 AM
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Ms. Sunny,
My fiancé was misinformed upon taking his plea by his parole officer, parole supervisor, and criminal attorney. His original bid in 2008 was a 10 flat with 5 yrs prs, in which he came home in 7 years on merit release. 14 months out he was arrested on his second case, in which he bailed out and was never violated while fighting outside, and ultimately ended in him taking a plea deal of a 2 flat with 2 prs since he was facing 12-24 in trial. it wasn't until he got downstate that DOCCS administratively added the 3 years owed from his first bid in front of his new sentence. He was never advised of this prior to taking the plea deal, not by parole whom he reported to weekly, nor by his attorney. According to sentence and review he has to complete the 3 years (time owed) before he can even start his new bid. By the way he gets no good time on the three years owed since it was "merit time" he was already rewarded. So what was supposed to be 16 months turned into 50 months! SICK is an understatement SMH
I'm sorry, I know this is so frustrating.
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