get_out_of_jail_free_tip

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According to MTV Tip completed his prison sentence, stemming from a 2007 arrest for attempting to illegally purchase firearms.  Tip received his paper work from the Georgia courts and his jail term is complete according to Federal Bureau of Prisons records. Tip made an deal with prosecutors in which he would complete 1,500 hours of community service, 1,000 of which needed to be completed before he would be formally sentenced. In exchange, he was given the 366-day jail sentence, which allowed him the opportunity for early release. T.I. officially began serving his time in May, meaning he ended up doing 10 months of the year-and-a-day bid. Originally given 366 days in prison, T.I. was released to a halfway house in December but according to his lawyer Steve Sadow, Tip has been on home incarceration for the past 30 days.

Under the terms of his home confinement, Tip had to sleep at his house and be home by 11 p.m., or 1 a.m. if he was working. Tip has 23 more days of home incarceration under the aforementioned terms, regular visits with a probation officer and he must have permission to travel. T.I. also must complete  400 more hours of community service. Tip I’m pretty sure is happy to be home, just glad to see he is moving forward. Check the links below to see what Tip has been up to.

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Pics: T.I. Celebrates His Daughter’s 14th B-Day

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T.I. “I’m Back” (prod. Trackslayerz)

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