Unfortunately, Mississippi is very tough and because he is a repeat offender he was given the mandatory sentence. A mandatory means there is no other recourse. I am sorry, I wish it was better news for you but there is nothing to do but wait out the time
Ah, I see.
He would need to file a post conviction petition. This will require the services of a local attorney or public defender because case law will be necessary in a memorandum of law. This is a very long process and, of course, he could be released before complete. But he will want to get the record straight
It needs to be drafted from scratch relevant to your husband's situation. You may be able to find information in the legal section of your local library. Certainly, he would have all the information available to research it in the prison library.
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