y. Unadjusted Maximum Release Date (UMXRD). The MXRD without the less 1-day
adjustment. The UMXRD is used for translating sentences expressed in days that are 31 days or
greater to the precise span of time (in years, months, and days).
z. Vacated Suspension. The unexpired term of the sentence to be served by persons who
have violated the conditions of their suspension and have had the suspension vacated.
3. Abbreviations. For the purpose of this lesson, the following abbreviations are applicable to
the "examples" and "problems" in this lesson.
Adjusted Maximum Release Date
Bread and Water
Good Conduct Time
International Date Line
Minimum Release Date
Mandatory Supervised Release
Maximum Release Date
Return to Military Control
Report of Results of Trial
Uniform Code of Military Justice
Unadjusted Maximum Release Date
4. MXRD Computation. As explained previously, a prisoner's MXRD is the day preceding the
date determined by adding the full term of the sentence to the beginning date of the sentence.
The beginning date of the sentence is always the adjudged date and is the actual date that the
sentence was announced in open court. The full term of sentence is the sentence, as approved
and ordered into execution, without deductions for GCT (time earned to reduce a sentence).
Now look at the examples that compute a prisoner's MXRD.
a. Example 1. Prisoner Jones was sentenced to Confinement at Hard Labor (CHL) for 2
months, as adjudged on 17 Sep 2005.
Adjudged on 2005 09
Less 1 Day
b. Example 2. Prisoner Johnson was sentenced to CHL for 7 months, as adjudged on 27 Sep