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Old 10-09-2017, 05:27 PM
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Hi, Ken ;
Maybe you can help me with this!

Thanks for all your posts. I'm new at all this, My son is in NKSP - Reception. Doing time for Violating restraining order with his ex. Was just admitted on September , and been really bad days for me, I can't sleep just thinking about it, his safety and all that. Does anyone know anything about going on jail for restraining order violations , is it possible to release him sooner? Thanks !
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Hi, Ken ;
Maybe you can help me with this!

Thanks for all your posts. I'm new at all this, My son is in NKSP - Reception. Doing time for Violating restraining order with his ex. Was just admitted on September , and been really bad days for me, I can't sleep just thinking about it, his safety and all that. Does anyone know anything about going on jail for restraining order violations , is it possible to release him sooner? Thanks !
Hi there. I've moved your post to it's own thread.

If he's in reception it means he's been sentenced, but he'll be given a more accurate timeline once he sees a counselor. That can take a while-- sometimes 4-6 months depending on staffing and inmate population.

As far as releasing earlier than his sentence states: there are credit earning options that will allow him to earn time off. Not great gobs, but weeks at a time. Those are earned through classes, group work and participation in employment. Some of that will depend on how CDCR classifies and places him.

I know that you're concerned for him and I can absolutely understand why. I don't know the circumstances by which he violated the order, but it might help you to think of this as a reset button for him. There are folks who need to sit out for a minute and make a new game plan. If he has a support system and makes smart choices inside, he can come out of this with positive changes. The idea of prison can be very scary, the reality of it is very much in his control.

Hang in there, mama.
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Hi there. I've moved your post to it's own thread.

If he's in reception it means he's been sentenced, but he'll be given a more accurate timeline once he sees a counselor. That can take a while-- sometimes 4-6 months depending on staffing and inmate population.

As far as releasing earlier than his sentence states: there are credit earning options that will allow him to earn time off. Not great gobs, but weeks at a time. Those are earned through classes, group work and participation in employment. Some of that will depend on how CDCR classifies and places him.

I know that you're concerned for him and I can absolutely understand why. I don't know the circumstances by which he violated the order, but it might help you to think of this as a reset button for him. There are folks who need to sit out for a minute and make a new game plan. If he has a support system and makes smart choices inside, he can come out of this with positive changes. The idea of prison can be very scary, the reality of it is very much in his control.

Hang in there, mama.


Thank you very much for your words! and yes your are right ! God bless you!
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