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Old 09-06-2008, 03:04 PM
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Default how does the bop decide what security level you go to?

im about to go to the bop and am wondering where i will go.
i've got a criminal history of V a base offense level of 20 and 56 monthes to serve. 1 violent crime in 1996 when i was 16 and certified as an adult,1 theft crime in 2002 and currently a 922(g) case (possession of firearm or ammunition by prohibited person) (some bullets in my trunk).
can anyone help please?
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Check out the "Sticky" at the top of the forum about Classification and Designation - it will tell you the process and where to access the C & D Manual online. Z.
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Proper point to the information by Zedla (as usual)....

If you can't understand it when you read it, a guess off the top of my head.........

Gun charge will keep you out of a "camp". so you are going to end up in a low.

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Our atty was able to fight the juvinile portion for my son, but there were some strange circumstances there. It made a big difference in my sons sentencing-he got 188 months vs facing 30yrs to life.
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