As you all know, we have been waiting for my husband's lawyer to fill out the form so that he could get credit for time served in the county jail. I had spoke to the lady that handles this at the courthouse and she said that she would send me a copy when the form was filled out and signed by the attorney, the da, and the judge. Well, I went to the mailbox today and there was a copy of the order that was signed giving my husband credit for 158 days served in the county jail. Once these days come off of my husband's sentence, he will be home no later than the first of September. I can't wait until he calls so that I can tell him. He hasn't been able to call because there was a bad ice storm where he is and there was no power or telephone service in the area. I am so thankful that this is over. I also want to thank everyone that encouraged me while I was dealing with this issue.
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