Breaking down the numbers, Ms. Holmes’ 135-months will be reduced by 20 months for Good Conduct time. She could then receive 24 months off through the combination of First Step Act and RDAP credits, assuming she qualifies for RDAP. Additional home confinement credits under the First Step Act, 20 months (595 days), and Second Chance Act, 6 months, will mean that Holmes could potentially leave prison November 30, 2028. Her 135-months could be reduced to 66 months at FPC Bryan with the remainder of the shortened sentence served on home confinement. It is a significant reduction in time behind bars.
‘Enforcement 40’ for 2020
Join Us On LinkedIn
Join the Securities Litigation and Enforcement Group on LinkedIn