JM: Did you get off early based on good behavior? Mickey: Yes. Nate: No. Anne: No, I was finally given a chance to have another
judge review my case. Apparently my judge had
gone on a week long-incarceration orgie. He threw
the book at every person who offended his senses,
and some without any reason at all. Erik: I received 2 days for a two week stay. something
like that Chris: No. I did not get any good time. I spent too little
time there thank God.
JM: What is the most time off you can receive for good behavior? Mickey: I think 5 days per month. Nate: I don't know. Anne: TWO MONTHS OUT OF SIX MONTHS. Erik: Depends on how you earn it. Kitchen duty and
trustees can earn faster then normal inmates Chris: I am not sure to be honest with you.
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? Mickey: No write-ups, pretty much just not getting in any
trouble ie; stealing, fighting, being disorderly,
etc... Nate: Disobeying the officers avoid confrontations
with other inmates. Anne: Library Duty
Trustee Erik: Following the rules is always good. I saw a few
write ups for "disrespect" but not sure if they
caused time to be lost. I was put in lockdown for
rule violations like sharing commissary but never
lost good time Chris: Actions that you need to avoid in order to get time
off would be treating officers and other inmates
with respect, no exchanging commissary, and keeping
your bunk neat.