Q: My son was just sentenced to 4 years 4 months he got credit for 1105 actual days and (1/2) 2210 day he be realesd do r
A: Four years four months is 1580 days. If he has 1105 actual days, and received half-time, or 50% credit, he has total days of 1725, which exceeds his sentence, so it sounds like he is eligible for release. But it's the jail, or probation department, that makes the formal calculation based on actual days served plus available credits.
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