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Old 01-31-2019, 06:56 PM
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Default When did 85% drop to 80%? When did 80% drop to 66%?

I'm not sure if this is in the right place, but I have a couple of questions I hope someone can answer:

When did 85% drop to 80%?

When did 80% drop to 66%?

And – do these changes apply only to non-violent or do they also include violent?

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I'm not sure if this is in the right place, but I have a couple of questions I hope someone can answer:

When did 85% drop to 80%?

When did 80% drop to 66%?

And – do these changes apply only to non-violent or do they also include violent?

Thank you!
That's Prop 57. These specific changes went into place - for violent and non-violent in May 2017 when the original emergency regulations went into effect.
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So violent offenders with good behavior could serve just 80%? My fiancé’s lawyer kept saying 85%, but he could have been out of the loop. What’s the deal?
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Not "could server" 80%, but "will serve" 80%. If the lawyer is saying 85% then yes, he is out of the loop. Elimination of 85% is almost 2-year old information. Lawyer should know better.
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