The former high school teacher is set to walk out of the Montana State Prison in Deer Lodge at 9 a.m. (11 a.m. ET).
He won’t be a free man exactly; he’s on probation for the next 14 years, 11 months.
The victim’s mother is hopeful that will change.
“(Judge G. Todd Baugh) made a mistake and I’m disappointed, (31) days, that’s outrageous, but the Montana Supreme Court stepped in. Hopefully they’ll make it right,” said Auliea Hanlon, whose daughter, Cherice Moralez, committed suicide before Rambold went to trial.