Terry G· Registered
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I'll try to make this as simple as I can. I'm not a Legal Instruments Examiner, as your Community Programs Manager is, but I do know the Fedearl Law. When you were sentenced on you first conviction, it was for 180 months, with 36 months to follow. The first 180 months were "close supervision, ie: incarceration. The following 36 months were "open supervision", parole, and supervised release. Your following convictions tacked on "close supervision" and again, supervised release. Like so many convicts, you thought when you walked out the gate. you were home free. Ain't gonna happen. Three Federal Felonies? Every step you take, every move you make, we'll be watching you.