Kwame Kilpatrick is in his last week as a prisoner of the state of Michigan.
The former Detroit Mayor will be released on parole at 6:30 a.m. on August 2, 2011.
Kilpatrick’s parole was approved in June, at which time it was revealed he would be released no earlier than July 24.
Kilpatrick has requested and received approval to live in Texas after his parole.
Once Kilpatrick is released he must follow all of the standard conditions of parole, including reporting to a parole officer. He also cannot change residence without prior approval and must report for drug and alcohol screening.
He must also pay restitution in monthly payments with the amounts set by his parole officer and obey all court orders.
Kilpatrick has been in prison since May 2010, serving up to five years for violating his probation in relation to his perjury case.
He was sentenced to between 18 months and five years after Wayne County Circuit Court Judge David Groner ruled he had violated his probation by failing to pay his restitution.
Kilpatrick is currently awaiting trial on federal corruption charges.