BACK NUMBER: 94941
LOCATION: General Population, A-Wing, Cell 40
CRIME: Armed Robbery
SENTENCE: Five years
TIME LEFT ON SENTENCE: Five years
ELIGIBLE FOR PAROLE IN: Two years, six months
Michael Scofield's educational background leaves question as to why such a man would commit the crime he did. Beginning with an immaculate record at Morton East High School, he would later graduate Magna Cum Laude with a B.S., civil engineering and M.S., civil engineering, from the Loyola University of Chicago.
At the time of his arrest, Scofield was employed as a structural engineer at the prestigious firm of Middleton, Maxwell and Schaum located in Chicago, Il.
Inmate Michael Scofield, with no prior convictions, was convicted of armed robbery after attempting to steal over half a million dollars from the downtown Chicago branch of United Savings Bank. At the trial, Scofield pled no contest and requested to serve time in the Level One facility closest to his Chicago home.
Inmate suffers from Type I Diabetes. Inmate has logged visits with Veronica Donovan, his attorney, and is approved for monthly conjugal visits with Nika Volek, his wife.