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Old 09-01-2013, 10:43 PM
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Default Louisiana state time help?

How long does an inmate do in state prison?Like percent,for a nonviolent drug crime?10 years mandatory?First offense............

My attorney said not to worry about state charges,since he is in fed custody but I'm just curious about LA state time?

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Old 09-02-2013, 12:09 PM
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Did they give him flat or what? Non violent is usually 50% but you know it all depends. Usually violent offenders get 10 years and do 85% percent which is 8 years
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Old 09-02-2013, 12:47 PM
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Did they give him flat or what? Non violent is usually 50% but you know it all depends. Usually violent offenders get 10 years and do 85% percent which is 8 years


No flat time,he's not under state custody anymore.Hes under fed custody.I was just curious about Louisiana state time.This was just drugs.No guns no violence.He just thought he was helping a friend out.But turned out that friend was working for the DEA so he can get out easy:/
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Assuming non-violent first offense, 25% to parole eligibility and a hair over 46% to good time discharge.




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No flat time,he's not under state custody anymore.Hes under fed custody.I was just curious about Louisiana state time.This was just drugs.No guns no violence.He just thought he was helping a friend out.But turned out that friend was working for the DEA so he can get out easy:/
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Fed time he will do every bet of his time he will go to the halfway house when he 6months short
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