Former Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr., who started his 30-month sentence on Oct. 29, has a projected release date of Dec. 31, 2015, according to the federal Bureau of Prisons website.
That date makes the assumption Jackson will have almost two months shaved from his sentence for good behavior.
Jackson is serving his time in a minimum security prison “camp” at the Butner prison complex in North Carolina. The facility does not have cells and inmates live in what a Butner spokesman said is “a dormitory style setting.”
The spokesman also said, “Camp inmates are afforded job opportunities throughout the complex with work details to include: outside garage, outside warehouse, unicor (the name for the Federal Prison Industries program), orderly positions (inside the camp and the other facilities within the complex), grounds maintenance, electrical, laundry, tutor positions within education and food service.
“The standard clothing issue to an inmate is khaki shirt and pants, underwear and socks.”