Apparently there is no Parole Eligibility Date. Read the Judgment of Conviction to make sure. So 15 years has to be served. But I would have thought he might get 15% off for good behavior with that conviction. I may be mistaken but the Judgment must be examined.
He needs impatient care. Should we wait until court appts attorney and talk to his attorney about inpatient care or get poa and have him committed to inpatient treatment if we bond him out. We want to help him but We don’t know the proper order to do this. His preliminary court date is July... Read more »
Wait to talk to his attorney as even if he is bonded out and you commit him and he misses his court date there will be a warrant for his arrest. An attorney can get an agreement with the state to avoid this.
More than likely your Husband spent some time in jail prior to being convicted. It is probably a 6 year Sentence as a Range I Offender which means he must serve 30% of the Sentence before he is eligible for Parole.
Tennessee Department of Corrections will probably have a Parole Hearing...Read more »
Well if you were charged in 2000 then there is no need to be considered with statute of limitations but if you fled from the charge there could be a warrant still out for you. Consult with a local criminal attorney more about your case if that is what has happened.
His death was ruled a suicide immediately, however, there are a lot of factors that do not add up. Murder was thrown around a lot by family members and friends, but nothing was fully invested. The process moved very quickly and he was buried before anything more than a basic autopsy was conducted.... Read more »
You may absolutely request more investigation be done. Your best way to go about doing this is likely to contact the local police supervisors of the county where your Father died or speak with the DA of that County. As your Father has already been buried, it is likely that the local authorities...Read more »
I sent a complaint to my manager. He talked me out of going to HR with the complaint. I over heard some people involved in my complaint make comments that suggested my complaint was leaked to them. On the day of, I heard him talk about being worried about being fired and after lunch he tapped my... Read more »
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