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The Offender is Released

Sentence Completed

An offender’s sentence is considered to be completed when they have reached their maximum sentence. This may be done either while the offender is participating in various programs such as county probation, pre-release, or parole or an inmate may serve their entire sentence in prison. 

If they were sentenced to a 5-10 year sentence, and they served the entire 10 years, they will be released from prison. This means that no one has jurisdiction over the offender and the offender will not be supervised by anyone, unless they have an additional sentence or received special probation by the judge. 

To learn whether the offender in your case may have special probation, contact the Office of the Victim Advocate at 1-800-563-6399.