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So of course I still have not heard anything from my husband. I did finally get through to his case manager at CMRC and as of right now I can " Attend the po hearing by phone". I had to send a letter to the woman who runs the private prisons in colorado to request communication with my husband. She will have 30 days to respond. So hopefully it will go well. Thanks for the support. I appreciate it.
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At least you will be able to attend the hearing by phone and your husband will know you continue to try to help. Keep us informed if you like. We are here to support you.
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I had to send a letter to the woman who runs the private prisons in colorado to request communication with my husband. She will have 30 days to respond. So hopefully it will go well.
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So of course I still have not heard anything from my husband. I did finally get through to his case manager at CMRC and as of right now I can " Attend the po hearing by phone". I had to send a letter to the woman who runs the private prisons in colorado to request communication with my husband. She will have 30 days to respond. So hopefully it will go well. Thanks for the support. I appreciate it.
Well that is progress. Did the CM day anything about his parole plan?
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Well that is progress. Did the CM day anything about his parole plan?
Yes, my husband has been telling him he wants to get interstate compact out her. But they cant do it until the prison lifts the communication restrictions. So once we get that settled they will be able to start the interstate compact request. So he may have to stay in longer then he likes but at least they know he will be coming out to stability instead of going out indegent.
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Yes, my husband has been telling him he wants to get interstate compact out her. But they cant do it until the prison lifts the communication restrictions. So once we get that settled they will be able to start the interstate compact request. So he may have to stay in longer then he likes but at least they know he will be coming out to stability instead of going out indegent.
Just be prepared... DOC and the parole board often do things that make no sense. They honestly don't care if an offender is indigent.

Make sure to get your letters of support in by the deadline so the board can see it. Good luck, hope he makes parole!
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Just be prepared... DOC and the parole board often do things that make no sense. They honestly don't care if an offender is indigent.

Make sure to get your letters of support in by the deadline so the board can see it. Good luck, hope he makes parole!
I'm sure he thinks he is going to get approved. I dont see it happening and from what I hear about Cheyenne they like to keep offenders there tell their med date. But we shall See. I will definitely be told one way or another even if communication is denied.

I'm hopeful it wont be. Because if it is I wont talk to my husband tell the end of january 2021... which is a while from now but not forever. And I know he will call once he is out.
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I'm sure he thinks he is going to get approved. I dont see it happening and from what I hear about Cheyenne they like to keep offenders there tell their med date. But we shall See. I will definitely be told one way or another even if communication is denied.

I'm hopeful it wont be. Because if it is I wont talk to my husband tell the end of january 2021... which is a while from now but not forever. And I know he will call once he is out.
Hopefully it won't be that long before you can talk to him. If he doesn't have a solid parole plan, they will set him back until he has one.
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Hopefully it won't be that long before you can talk to him. If he doesn't have a solid parole plan, they will set him back until he has one.
Yes I'm sure he is working on it one way or another. Over heard they have programs that will take parolees. But I dont really know. He could also be thinking about trying to get interstate to his mom's I'm not sure. But I am sure he is working on it.

I will find out Oct 31 forsure e in ther being there in person or over the phone what's going to happen. So I'm
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Yes I'm sure he is working on it one way or another. Over heard they have programs that will take parolees. But I dont really know. He could also be thinking about trying to get interstate to his mom's I'm not sure. But I am sure he is working on it.

I will find out Oct 31 forsure e in ther being there in person or over the phone what's going to happen. So I'm
If his crime is listed as violent (according to DOC not the court), he will get full boarded. I heard they are back logged and it's taking 6-8 weeks for decisions.
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If his crime is listed as violent (according to DOC not the court), he will get full boarded. I heard they are back logged and it's taking 6-8 weeks for decisions.
It's considered a violent crime. What does full boarded mean?
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If his crime is listed as violent (according to DOC not the court), he will get full boarded. I heard they are back logged and it's taking 6-8 weeks for decisions.
Doesn't matter how long it takes. I will be told. I heard you can find out as soon as that as afternoon after the hearing. That's the last thing I'm going to stress about though. Because I know once they decide I will be informed.
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Yes I'm sure he is working on it one way or another. Over heard they have programs that will take parolees. But I dont really know. He could also be thinking about trying to get interstate to his mom's I'm not sure. But I am sure he is working on it.

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Doesn't matter how long it takes. I will be told. I heard you can find out as soon as that as afternoon after the hearing. That's the last thing I'm going to stress about though. Because I know once they decide I will be informed.
That's correct if the offenders isn't full boarded they will know by 3pm.
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That's correct if the offenders isn't full boarded they will know by 3pm.
What does full boarded mean?
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Yes I'm sure he is working on it one way or another. Over heard they have programs that will take parolees. But I dont really know. He could also be thinking about trying to get interstate to his mom's I'm not sure. But I am sure he is working on it.

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Doesn't matter how long it takes. I will be told. I heard you can find out as soon as that as afternoon after the hearing. That's the last thing I'm going to stress about though. Because I know once they decide I will be informed.
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A full board vote is required for certain offenders. Mostly violent offenders or sex offenders. But sometimes if the parole board member can't make a decision on his or her own, he will recommend a full board vote. once a month the board will meet and will vote on all of the offenders that are on their roster. In order to get parole, four of the seven board members must be in agreement to release the offender. it usually takes about six weeks to find out the full board decision, however, I've heard they are backed up and it is taking up to 8 weeks
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