So excited to share my tales of a prison fiance~My boo just may be getting closer to home even sooner than we both thought. CDCR is set to begin releasing state prison inmates to the custody of our county jail systems on October , 2011. That’s on 12 more days from now!
This new process is supposed to help with the CA prison overcrowding problem that the federal government ruled must be cleaned up in the next two years. This “shifting of the guards” action only affects low-level prisoners doing time for low-level offenses that are in no way sex-related or child-related.
As a prison fiance, this could have a great impact on my future, especially since my prison husband-to-be is classified as a low-level prisoner:
- The love of my life and my prison fiance could be released to an LA county jail facility as early as 12 days from now.
- For me, him being in the county jail means a much shorter traveling distance to visit him on the weekends.
- For him, being in the county jail system means he may be released from prison much sooner than we thought due to the LA county jail system’s overcrowded conditions.
- If by some slim chance, he were to make a very simple, low-level mistake later, he would be sentenced to a short time in a CA county jail on a probation violation, instead of being sent back to a CA prison for a parole violation.
As a prison fiance I would like to say that I pray that he gets out as early as the 1st. But, I don’t. I actually pray that God keeps him safe and sane until whatever date He feels should be the true release date. But, I do have hope, though. This new CA prison news gives me hope that no matter when my boo is released, there’s a large possibility that he won’t have to be released as a CA state parolee. That’s every ex-offenders nightmare.