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judicial release fiasco

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kasydad

Junior Member
I am in Ohio with a problem about judicial release. In August of 2004 I was sentenced to 11 months on a felony 5 conviction. I waited the required 30 days and filed for a judicial release. In November of 2004 I was brought back from my institution to my county for a hearing and my judicial release was granted, but the judge stipulated that i had to wait until April 1, 2005 before i was to be released. In the course of waiting i was indicted on a felony 5 for non-support. I decided to go ahead and plead to the non-support case and take 6 months which extended my original out date from July 2 to July 26, 2005. I served out both sentences ( or so I thought) and was released from my institution on July 26, 2005. I am now being told that i have to report to the parole authority to begin serving my probation that was part of my judicial release ( 3 years). They are taking the stand that even though i served out the days the judicial is still granted and i only sered out the remaining days from April 1 to July 26 on the non-support case only. Doesn't the court have to grant me time served on the original charge also? Any comments will greatly help ( I am supposed to report to the parole authority in 5 days). Also any other comments on how maybe to get the court to dismiss if they still want me to serve probation.
 


n_and

Member
didn't read your post, drunk, and do not particularly care.

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