United States v. Wood, No. CR-88-0723 (CPS), 2008 WL 399253 (E.D.N.Y. Feb. 12, 2008)
On September 12, 1989, Wood was sentenced to concurrent sentences of 235 months imprisonment for a narcotics charges, and a consecutive 60 month term of imprisonment for a weapons charge. Since that time (which was approaching 19 years) Wood had no disciplinary action taken against him. Including his good time credit (a whopping 1,035 days), Wood's projected release date was June 22, 2008. Following retroactive amendment to crack guidelines, the court cut Wood a break, reducing his sentence to 212 months and making him eligible for release on March 3, 2008.