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Good Behavior

Interview with Elise, Armando, Drew, Devin and Sean

JM: Did you get off early based on good behavior?
Elise: no i did not i had a fight on my record
Armando: hell no I was never good but I gave respect if you gave it back to me
Drew: Yes, you can after you are sentenced. Either by time spent with good behavior or working your way out.
Devin: Yes is did on a couple charges.I was a trustee.
Sean: yes I did I got out one and a half months early for good behavior

JM: What is the most time off you can receive for good behavior?
Elise: i dont know
Armando: shit nothing unless you have an aggrement with the court
Drew: 5-10 days a month depending on your situation.
Devin: It's been a long time since i've been in jail.But as far as i can remember i got a day off for every 2-3 days work.
Sean: you can get up to 5 days per month for good behavior

JM: What types of actions do you need to avoid in order to get time off? Did you ever witness somebody losing time off for good behavior?
Elise: be good line up and listen to CO's at all times
Armando: like make your bunck every day you gota take a shower every day avoid CO as much as possible and stay quit in lock down
Drew: Avoid things like talking back to staff, fighting, throwing tentrums, stealing, getting in arguements. Stay out of time outs, the more you have the worst it looks for you. If you happen to do a job within the jail, do it right and do what you are asked or you will lose your job and potentially some of your gain time.
Devin: Yes.Fighting is the main one u get in trouble for in jail.Others are not showing up for work.Also drug use is common in the jail.
Sean: avoid all action with anyone else keep to yourself in order to go home and get good time

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