In United States v. Parris, issued on February 4, 2014 (published), the Court affirmed the district court’s refusal to grant Parris credit for time served at a half-way house prior to her sentencing. Parris’ time in the half-way house was designated “a period of release” in her presentence report, and was therefore not detention in a “‘penal or correctional facility’ . . . subject to [the Bureau of Prison]’s control.”