The center is recommending release only if outpatient treatment can be enforced, and Florida doesn't have a provision permitting enforcement of outpatient treatment, so case closed.
I don't think Judge Moran will let him out.
I do think that there is going to be an effort to do away with the center for that and other reasons. The previous articles said that the offenders weren't getting the treatment they are supposed to get. So which is it? How can Carlin be ready for release if they aren't getting what they're supposed to get?
This from one of the previous articles...
Assistant Duval County Publc Defender Alison Graham speaks with one of her clients at the Florida Civil Commitment Center on April 12. Graham has called the treatment at the facility a "sham."