Calculate Release Dates From Federal Prison With our Free Calculator

If you’ve been sentenced to federal prison, use our free sentencing calculator to understand how the Bureau of Prisons will calculate your release date. If a federal judge sentences you to 12 months in federal prison or less, you do not qualify for good-time credits. If your judge sentences you to more than 12 months, even by a single day, you can use our sentencing calculator to get a better understanding of when the BOP will release you.

The Bureau of Prisons awards good-time credits to a person each time the person serves 12 months. The person can lose those good-time credits through disciplinary proceedings. Our calculator will estimate release dates, and halfway house dates. They’re only estimates. But people who are going into the federal prison system will find it helpful.

Click this link to access the Good-Time Calculator

The video above will explain how to use the good-time calculator.

 

Calculate Release Dates From Federal Prison With our Free Calculator
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