On the charge he received a sentence of 355 days, 325 days suspended, which means that he will have to serve 30 days in jail for that charge. He will have 325 days hanging over his head should he violate any term of his probation.
Assuming the first charge of 60 days is correct, that would make a total of 90 days that he would have to actually serve. He would have to serve more, if he violated a term of probation.
He will still have to serve his sentence during his review. If the review is positive, he will be released within a day or two. I don't see how he can know that he will get out after 48 days, unless he received credit for time served prior to his sentence.
You have a right to contact ask either his attorney or the prosecutor to explain the sentencing and confirm the actually amount of time he has to serve.
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