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Joined: 06 Mar 2010
Location: RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CA 91730
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    Posted: 27 Sep 2010 at 9:29am
my question is i just signed a deal for 3 yrs for a sales case. i had 8 years just in prison priors but they strickened them. so i have a new beef and i got charged with sales thats my only new charge. but i had a sales case in 2002 and was convicted and in 2003 the same so i had 2 prior sales cases that i did time for and was done with parole but wasn't past the 5 year mark. i also had a couple other felonys that i picked up also with my priorsales cases but my question is once i turn my self in to do the time on my case once i hit reception and talk to my counciler will my points  be determined by my old cases? will my prior cases affect my new term even though i only was charged on this one for only sales???? the reason i ask is because i am trying to find out if ill go to a level 1 yard or fire camp?????  please let me know asap i gotta turn my self in on the 5th of october...........
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Joined: 21 Jan 2012
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i think yes
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