Judicial Release

Judicial release means the offender in prison may be released from prison before the full prison sentence has been served. To get a judicial release you must file a motion with the court. And, you must request a hearing before the judge that sentenced the offender. Under Ohio law, only certain offenders are eligible. For instance, if the offender is serving prison time under a mandatory term of prison, the offender must first complete the mandatory time before he is eligible for judicial release. There are also specific timing requirements for when an offender can apply for a judicial release. The right time to apply for judicial release depends on what type of crime the offender was convicted of and when the offender began serving the sentence. Each case is different. Contact Valore & Gordillo to see if you, your family member, or a friend is eligible to apply for judicial release.

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