Q: Is it possible to run your prcs out while in jail and and if so how many day for day credits do you need to run it out
If i kept going back on prcs violations how many do i need to max out
A: After AB 109 realignment, Post Release Community Supervision (PRCS) was created ( 3450-3465 P.C.) for most (except the most serious) felonies. The supervision is no longer than 3 years; you're eligible for discharge after 6 months and eligible to end supervision after 12 months, without violations. The court can modify or revoke the supervision, after a hearing on the violation, but the return to custody is a maximum of 180 days.
If the court keeps violating you with a return to custody in the county jail, with 2 for 1 credits, you will 'max' out when the remainder of the sentence has been served at half time.
A: more info needed re post release community supervision.
everything is fact dependant...........
i assume you have a lawyer already and that lawyer who knows all the underlying facts would be the best person to ask..........otherwise lawyers are going to guess without all the facts.
see atty Rhonda Hixon's comments below...........
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