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Old 06-19-2004, 02:00 PM
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Default Passing of Good Conduct Allowances for Prisoners in State of Virginia...Bill SB75

The volunteer organization that I belong to posted the Good Conduct Allowance Bill with [email]/email], which belongs to Virginia C.U.R.E. and here is there response to my email...
So, again, I say please let's get going... and write, write, write...
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From: "Virginia C.U.R.E." <virginiacure@cox.net> Add to Address Book
Date: Thu, 17 Jun 2004 14:36:58 -0400
Subject: Re: [VirginiaPrisoners] THE PASSING OF SENATE BILL SB75 GOOD CONDUCT ALLOWANCES FOR PRISONERS


Re Good Conduct Earnings (LERA)
The information is correct. This is the second session that Virginia
C.U.R.E. has devoted time and energy to this legislation. Delegate Miles
LERA bill, HB 362 was passed by indefinitely in Courts of Justice Committee
by unanimous vote. We will work for reintroduction of the legislation in the
House next General Assembly Session (2004) and for passage of the Senate
version. WE NEED TO JOIN TOGETHER IN UNITY ‹ CONTACT YOUR STATE LEGISLATORS
BEFORE THE SESSION!!

Jean Auldridge

Jean Auldridge, Director
Citizens United for Rehabilitation of Errants-Virginia, Inc.
‹Virginia C.U.R.E.‹
P.O. Box 19453 € Alexandria, VA 22320-0443
Phone and Fax: 703 765-6549 € Web site: www.vacure.org





On 6/16/04 9:15 PM, "resourcehelpcenter" <resourcehelpcenter@yahoo.com>
wrote:

> FEB 6, 2004, THE STATE SENATE IN VIRGINIA CONTINUED BILL SB75 GOOD
> CONDUCT ALLOWANCES FOR PRISONERS TO YEAR 2005.
> IF THIS BILL PASSES, IT WOULD INCREASE REHABILITATION AND REDUCE
> RECIDIVISM. IT IS NOT A GET OUT JAIL FREE CARD, IT IS A EARN YOUR
> WAY THROUGH ALLOWANCES TO EARLIER RELEASE. THIS BILL CALLS FOR 4
> CLASS TYPES. FROM ALLOWANCES UP TO 50% REDUCTION OF SENTENCE TIME
> PER MONTH TO ZERO ALLOWANCES.
> IF YOU CONCUR/AGREE WITH THE CONTINUED TO 2005 BILL, YOUR WRITTEN
> VOICE IS REQUIRED. PLEASE WRITE YOUR STATE LEGISLATOR IMMEDIATELY
> AND DEMAND THAT VOTE FOR THE PASSING OF THIS BILL. PLEASE PASS THE
> WORD AND/OR START PETITIONS THROUGHOUT YOUR COMMUNITY.
> THANK YOU AND ALL THE BEST
>
> SENATOR HENRY MARSH III IS THE ORIGINATOR OF THE BILL.
> POSTED BELOW IS A COPY OF BILL SB75 - GOOD CONDUCT ALLOWANCES
> ---------------------------------------------------------
>
> SENATE BILL NO. 75
> Offered January 14, 2004
> Prefiled January 6, 2004
> A BILL to amend the Code of Virginia by adding a section numbered
> 53.1-151.1, relating to eligibility for good conduct allowance;
> classification system; mandatory functional literacy requirement.
> ----------
> Patron-- Marsh
> ----------
> Referred to Committee on Rehabilitation and Social Services
> ----------
> Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Virginia:
>
> 1. That the Code of Virginia is amended by adding a section numbered
> 53.1-151.1 as follows:
>
> § 53.1-151.1. Eligibility for good conduct allowance; application.
>
> A. Beginning July 1, 2004, each person who on or after January 1,
> 1995, has been convicted of a felony and each person convicted of a
> misdemeanor and to whom the provisions of §§ 53.1-151, 53.1-152 or §
> 53.1-153 apply may be entitled to good conduct allowance not to
> exceed the amount set forth below. Such good conduct allowance shall
> be applied to reduce the person's maximum term of confinement while
> he is confined in any state correctional facility.
>
> Any person who, on or after January 1, 1995, has been sentenced upon
> a conviction of murder in the first degree, rape in violation of §
> 18.2-61, forcible sodomy, animate or inanimate object sexual
> penetration or aggravated sexual battery and any person who has been
> sentenced to a term of life imprisonment or two or more life
> sentences shall be classified within the system established by § 53.1-
> 201. Such person shall be eligible for no more than five days good
> conduct allowance for each 30 days served, regardless of the class to
> which he is assigned. Additional good conduct allowance may be
> approved by the Board of Corrections for such persons in accordance
> with § 53.1-191.
>
> B. Regulations approved by the Board shall govern the earning of good
> conduct allowance. The regulations shall require, as a condition for
> earning the allowance, that a prisoner who is serving a term of
> imprisonment as outlined above may receive credit toward the service
> of the prisoner's sentence, beyond the time served, of up to 180 days
> at the end of each year of the prisoner's term of imprisonment,
> beginning at the end of the first year of the term, subject to
> determination by the Department of Corrections that, during that
> year, the prisoner has displayed exemplary compliance with
> institutional disciplinary regulations. If the Department of
> Corrections determines that, during that year, the prisoner has not
> satisfactorily complied with such institutional regulations, the
> prisoner shall receive no such credit toward service of the
> prisoner's sentence or shall receive such lesser credit as the
> Department of Corrections determines to be appropriate. In awarding
> credit under this section, the Department of Corrections shall
> consider whether the prisoner, during the relevant period, has
> earned, or is making satisfactory progress toward earning, a high
> school diploma or an equivalent degree or a certificate through an
> accredited vocational training program. Credit that has not been
> earned may not later be granted. Credit for the last year or portion
> of a year of the term of imprisonment shall be prorated and credited
> within the last six weeks of the sentence. Credit awarded under this
> section shall vest on the last day of each calendar year. Exemptions
> to the general educational development requirement may be made as
> deemed appropriate based upon the determination and recommendation of
> the Department of Correctional Education.
>
> C. Good conduct allowances shall be based upon a four-level
> classification system. Such system shall be established as follows:
>
> 1. Prisoners classified as Class I shall earn good conduct allowance
> at a rate of no more than 15 days credit for each 30 days served.
> Class I shall be reserved for persons whose initiative, conduct and
> performance in their assignments are exemplary and who have earned,
> or are making satisfactory progress toward earning, a high school
> diploma or an equivalent degree or certification through an
> accredited vocational training program. Consideration for Class I
> credit shall be given to persons who perform in assignments requiring
> a high degree of trust, extra long hours or specialized skills.
>
> 2. Prisoners classified as Class II shall earn good conduct allowance
> at a rate of no more than 10 days credit for each 30 days served.
> Class II shall be reserved for persons whose initiative, conduct and
> performance in their assignments are satisfactory. Consideration for
> Class II credit shall be given to persons who require moderate
> supervision in their assignments and whose assignments require
> responsibility in the care and maintenance of property.
>
> 3. Prisoners classified as Class III shall earn good conduct
> allowance at a rate of no more than five days credit for each 30 days
> served. Class III shall be reserved for persons whose conduct and
> performance in their assignments are marginal. Persons requiring
> intensive supervision in their assignments and exhibiting minor
> disciplinary problems may be assigned to Class III.
>
> 4. Prisoners classified as Class IV shall earn good conduct allowance
> at a rate of no credit for each 30 days served. Class IV shall be
> reserved for persons who are in isolation or segregation status for
> disciplinary or security reasons and persons whose conduct and
> performance in their assignments are so unsatisfactory as to
> eliminate consideration for good conduct allowance.
>
> Persons may be reclassified for an increase or decrease in class
> according to rules and regulations established pursuant to law.
>
> D.1. The Secretary of Public Safety shall direct the Department of
> Corrections and the Department of Correctional Education to have a
> mandatory functional literacy program as defined in §§ 22.1-342, 22.1-
> 344 and 22.1-344.1 for all mentally capable inmates who are not
> functionally literate in each state correctional institution by
> January 1, 2005.
>
> 2. Each mandatory functional literacy program shall include a
> requirement that each inmate participate in such program for a
> mandatory period sufficient to provide the inmate with an adequate
> opportunity to achieve functional literacy, and appropriate
> incentives that lead to successful completion of such programs shall
> be developed and implemented.
>
> 3. As used in this section, the term "functional literacy" has the
> same meaning as provided in § 22.1-344.1.
>
> 4. Non-English-speaking inmates shall be required to participate in
> an English-As-A-Second-Language program, if available, until they
> function at the equivalence of the eighth grade on a nationally
> recognized educational achievement test.
>
> 5. The principal of each Department of Correctional Education adult
> school shall have the authority to grant an exemption for
> participation in the functional literacy program for good cause as
> determined by the Board of Correctional Education and documented on
> an individual basis.
>
> E. Upon receipt by the Department, persons who have been confined
> while awaiting transfer to a state correctional facility shall be
> credited with such time as is certified to the Department in
> accordance with §§ 53.1-116 and 53.1-129 and as is otherwise provided
> by law. Certified good conduct allowance shall be applied to reduce
> the person's maximum term of confinement, and one half of such credit
> shall be applied to reduce the period of time the person shall serve
> before being eligible for parole.
>
> After admission to a state correctional facility, a person shall be
> credited at the rate of 10 days for each 30 days of time served with
> satisfactory conduct. The person shall remain in this credit level
> until classified in accordance with the provisions herein.
>
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Nettie,
Since my first visit to this website a couple of weeks ago I have read your messages everyday. Today I went ahead and registered. I think it is important to tell our ELECTED politicians how to best represent us. I wrote to my senator my delegate and Senator Marsh III. I received a letter is response from my legislator saying thanks, blah blah blah, but that the social services and rehabilitation commitee would actually be voting on SB75 not him. I want to help. I am writting more letters. I am also sending all the information I can to my husband who is currently being classified at Deep Meadow in Powatan. It is so valuable for me to feel like maybe I am not completely powerless over my husbands incarceration. The information from this web site and speciffically you, has been like nourishment for my starving soul. Thank you. Kepp up the good work. We've got to get the constituants involved!!!
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i would also like to say that if you hadnt posted such valuable information i wouldnt have known about the bill sb75.i also wrote the legislators and i hope others do also. even people like me can get involved and make a difference.....i hope others realise that they can make a difference too
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hi, is this bill just for state prisons or does it include federal prisons too
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Ok, by reading that, I am assuming that this in effect right now? Am I reading that correctly?
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No Joker's it's not in effect yet. They are trying very hard to get it passed, but organizations out there like VACure need continued support to make it to happen.

jjtweeks- this particular bill is only for the state of Virginia. However, there is a similar bill out there on the federal level called L.E.R.A H.R. 4752. Go to the federal prison link and check it out.
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My understanding from Virginia CURE, which everyone here should register with their website too, is the L.E.R.A H.R. 4752 is the Federal Level Bill and needs to be fought by everyone too, for if that bill is passed Federally, it will give a BIG boost towards getting the State version SB75 Bill passed. And to someone whom wrote earlier about the Bill SB75 being with the Social Services right now, it is true... Social Services Administration must decide whether this Bill is feasible and in their professional opinion??? believe it would consitute reduction in "Recidivism"... I ask everyone whom is not aware of the meaning and the importance of "Recidivism" to look the word up in the dictionary and understand that it is this word that is keeping our loveones incarcerated as if "All Birds of a Feather Flock Together"... The system believes that recidivism is common nature once a person commits a crime and is incarcerated... So the lock them up and throw away the key is their mentality... Also, there is nothing wrong with writing the State Department of Social Services... If you go and look at the entire bill you will see that it was referred to the Social Services for recommendation... Nothing wrong with putting your words in writing for it is your State Tax Dollars that employ those with The State Department of Social Services... If I find out some additional information as to who, what, when and how...I will pass it on...
But keep writing your locality state senator and delegate... Pay no attention to their lack of concerns... Trust this your written words speak volume and they know it... Don't stop... Make copies of the both the Federal and State Bill and send it to the incarcerated person to pass it around to other incarcerated persons, so they can tell their own families to get busy... And contact Virginia CURE, they will tell you about this bill and that all that I have written and said is TRUE and CORRECT...
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No Joker's it's not in effect yet. They are trying very hard to get it passed, but organizations out there like VACure need continued support to make it to happen.

jjtweeks- this particular bill is only for the state of Virginia. However, there is a similar bill out there on the federal level called L.E.R.A H.R. 4752. Go to the federal prison link and check it out.
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I was wondering when will we be able to find out if this law gets passed?
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Regarding the Good Conduct Allowance and Literacy Allowance Bill aka SB75 for the State of Virginia DOC...
Whether you the family, loveone or friend reside in the State of Virginia, But if you have or know of someone incarcerated in the State of Virginia, Department of Corrections (DOC)...you can write in behalf of that incarcerated person DEMANDING that their (incarcerated person's) legislator person (state senator, state delegate) VOTE FOR/YES to this BILL. What you need to know is the incarcerated persons DOC/Prison Address, and who represents that area of Virginia. This information can be found by going to www.legis.state.va.us.gov or Virginia General Assembly...from there go to finding your legislator, it would ask you to enter the address and give you the names of all the legislators for that area. Then you write a simply letter Demanding that they vote for/yes Bill SB75 Good Conduct Allowance/Literacy Allowance. If you wish to add more to the letter, that's fine. If you are writing on behalf of an incarcerated person and you do not reside in the state of Virginia... You should make it clear in your letter you are writing on behalf of the incarcerated person (name, number and stationed prison with address)...otherwise, your letter may not be considered!!!
I also suggest strongly you contact Virginia C.U.R.E. They are working to get this BILL along with the Federal Level Bill called L.E.R.A. passed.
Now, as to when this Bill will be passed... Not until it is made cleared to all the state representatives and legislators that we the people DEMAND that this Bill Be Passed. According to the Bill, it is now in the hands of the State Department of Social Services for review and consideration as to determine whether this Bill will result in higher rehabilitation and lowered recidivism by incarcerated persons. Why should we expect our government to foot funds out which results in 50% sentenced time, if they aren't going to get something back, like rehabilitated incarcerated persons, whom are sick of returning back to prison and finally see the light that it is time to become an "Asset" and stop Being "Liabilities" and this includes my own Son!!! I want to see this Bill passed, because I have seen first hand how some have started to rehabilitate and whom simply need to know that Society will give them a Second Chance. The other thing, this bill cause for indepth Rehabilitation, it is not a "Get Out Of Prison, For Free Card"... Incarcerated persons Must perform duties, training, schooling, jobs, along with exemplary behavior... If this Bill is passed it will be retroactive back to every incarcerated person under the New Law to January 5, 1995. So, therefore, when it is passed, incarcerated behavior will be calculated every month. Some months will be 15 days, some 10 days and some 5 days...It will depend on how they acted from day one, yesterday, today and tomorrow. It is about going to school today, not when the bill comes to light, it is about getting a prison job today...if you didn't have one yesterday. For those, whom started from day one of rehabiliation, when this Bill pass and if there sentence was less than 10 years...Many will be released...and for those whom sat around and did nothing, even if there conduct was good, but they didn't advance their lives within the system, they will have wasted their own time.
So, to answer the question that keeps getting asked... "When is the Bill to Be Passed"... It's when every single incarcerated person family writes a letter on their behalf to their legislator today... The Legislation Continued the Bill to year 2005. So Do the Math...Today is July 12, 2004. We need to get the word out to everyone. This Rumor is one that needs to spread like Wild Flowers...
Make copies of the Bill and show it to everyone you know. Get your church and community involved in a petitioned letter...for your area.
I again apologize for my lengthy letters... But, I feel so passionate about this and many other inhumane laws passed especially in Virginia...
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Old 07-13-2004, 08:41 PM
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come on every body lets get involved i am sending my letters to senators marsh,wampler, and delgate joesph johnson. they may get tired of hearing from me. if we all dont get involved then nothing will be done. if we do not act on behalf of our loved ones then who will. i learned years ago when fighting for the rights of my disabled son(chris brother) if we dont fight for our children no one will.Just think this bill could possiably cut 6 months or more off of the inmates time. It could cut as much as a year from chris, and that makes it worth fighting for. lets get busy moms, dads and loved ones of virginia's inmates.
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Chris and Nettie, I am off this Friday, I will be right here at this computer doing my letters in support! Have a couple of friends in Tidewater that will write as well.

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Hi Everyone!

This is Keith here, with Virginia C.U.R.E. I want to answer some questions, and give you some leads.

Yes, we have legislation still alive in the Virginia Senate Rehabilitation and Social Services Committee, which would increase good time. That is SB 75. This is a bill that I wrote for the 2003 General Assembly, where it made it out of committee, but died on the Senate Floor. You can find it at:
http://leg1.state.va.us/cgi-bin/legp...p=bil&val=sb75

Senator Hanger, the Chairman of the Rehab. and Social Services Committee, is a strong supporter of smart on crime legislation. He has helped us with a lot of C.U.R.E.'s work. He made a major push this last session and stopped the approval of four, YES FOUR, new prisons.

You should contact Senator Hanger, and the other members of the Rehab. and Social Services Committee, to ask them to support SB 75 and the other bills we have that were carried over, including a Reading for Good Time bill, SB 89, also by Senator Marsh (a GREAT MAN!). You can access a list of members of the Committee at:
http://leg1.state.va.us/cgi-bin/legp504.exe?041+com+S09
Call and write them all!!

Also, there is federal legislation introduced by Congressman Bobby Scott (VA) for federal prisoners that came from the Virginia good time bill. The federal legislation is called the Literacy, Education, and Rehabilitation Act, H.R. 4752.
http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/bdquery/z?d108:h.r.04752:

We are doing a major Two Million Signature Campaign for the federal bill, LERA.
http://www.petitiononline.com/LERA/petition.html

I believe that by getting the forces on the federal level to recognize the need for change, the state will have no choice but to follow.

We need your support!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

http://******************/group/LERAlegislation/

The Two Million Signature Campaign
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Old 07-14-2004, 09:48 PM
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HERE IS THE ADDRESS, EMAIL AND PHONE NUMBER TO WRITE SENATOR HANGER TODAY CONCERNING THE PASSING OF THE SB75 BILL FOR GOOD CONDUCT ALLOWANCES AND MANDATORY LITERACY ALLOWANCES... WE CAN DO THIS... BUT WE NEED EVERY PERSON TO GET INVOLVE AND PASS THE WORD. CONTINUE TO WRITE YOUR LOCAL STATE LEGISLATOR AS WELL FOR THIS BILL WILL COME BACK ON THE FLOOR IN 2005. ALSO WE MUST SUPPORT AND ALL SIGN THE LERA BILL (FEDERAL) WHICH WILL GIVE STRENGTH TO OUR STATE BILL COME 2005. LET'S ALL GET INVOLVE WHETHER YOU HAVE A LOVE ONE WHOM IS INCARCERATED OR NOT. THESE BILLS ARE FOR THOSE WHOM ARE INCARCERATED SEEKING A SECOND CHANCE IN LIFE, FOR THOSE WHOM ARE TIRED OF BEING LIABILITIES IN SOCIETY AND WISH TO BECOME ASSETS! FOR THOSE WHOM ARE SICK OR RETURNING BACK AND FORTH TO PRISON...LET'S STOP THE RECIDIVISM!!!
THIS BILL WILL WEED OUT THOSE WHOM ARE DETERMINED TO BE CAREER CRIMINALS WITHOUT ANY REMORSE OR REHABILITATIVE ABILITIES... ALL BIRDS OF A FEATHER DO NOT FLOCK TOGETHER... THEREFORE, DEMAND THAT THIS BILL BE PASSED AND ACCEPT NOTHING LESS...
WRITE SENATOR HANGER TODAY!!!
GOD BLESS US ALL
ALL THE BEST

Senator Emmett W. Hanger, Jr.
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P.O. Box 396
Richmond, VA 23218
Email*: district24@sov.state.va.us
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HERE IS THE LIST OF ALL THOSE WHOM ARE ON THE COMMITTEE FOR THE REHAB AND SOCIAL SERVICES, WHERE THE SB 75 BILL IS CURRENTLY AT AND FOR CONSIDERATION... YOU ALL MUST WRITE EVERY SINGLE PERSON ON THIS LIST WITHOUT FAIL... ALL THEIR ADDRESSES CAN BE FOUND BY GOING TO THE FOLLOWING WEB SITE:

http://leg1.state.va.us
Click on Senate/Senators
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As soon as I am able I will post their individual addresses, but please don't wait on me to do this...


Senate Rehabilitation and Social Services

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Membership: Hanger (Chairman), Miller, Marsh, Lucas, Williams, Ticer, Puller, Rerras, Wagner, Cuccinelli, O'Brien, Deeds, Bell, Devolites, Locke

Meets: Fridays, 8:30 a.m. Senate Room B

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These are all the Bills they have Continued and will take up in 2005:

Legislation continued: (registered users: create report or csv file)
SB 75 Prisoners; good conduct allowance, mandatory functional literacy requirement.
SB 83 Prisoners; participation in residential community programs prior to release.
SB 89 Prisoners; good conduct allowance for Reading for Good Time credits program.
SB 441 Corrections, Board of; membership.
SB 616 Adoption; requirements for parental placement.
SB 622 ABC license; summary suspension.


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Here Are All The Addresses, Phone Numbers And Email For State Senators - Sb 75 Bill

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LISTED BELOW ARE ALL THE STATE SENATORS CONTACT INFORMATION,
REGARDING THE SB 75 BILL, THE FOLLOWING ARE ON THE COMMITTEE FOR REHABILITATION AND SOCIAL SERVICES. YOU CAN LOOK THEIR INFORMATION BELOW...

Senate Rehabilitation and Social Services

Membership: Hanger (Chairman), Miller, Marsh, Lucas, Williams, Ticer, Puller, Rerras, Wagner, Cuccinelli, O'Brien, Deeds, Bell, Devolites, Locke ( 15 MEMBERS)

Legislation continued: (registered users: create report or csv file)
SB 75 Prisoners; good conduct allowance, mandatory functional literacy requirement.
SB 83 Prisoners; participation in residential community programs prior to release.
SB 89 Prisoners; good conduct allowance for Reading for Good Time credits program.
SB 441 Corrections, Board of; membership.
SB 616 Adoption; requirements for parental placement.
SB 622 ABC license; summary suspension.

ADDRESSES, PHONE NUMBERS AND EMAIL ADDRESS:

Capitol Offices

The Capitol offices are in the General Assembly Building, which is located on the corner of Ninth and Broad Street, Richmond, Virginia. The mailing address for members during session is:

Senate of Virginia, PO Box 396, Richmond, Virginia 23218


Member Name Room Capitol Phone District Party
Bell, J. Brandon, II 314 (804) 698-7522 22 R
Blevins, Harry B. 306 (804) 698-7514 14 R
Bolling, Bill 317 (804) 698-7504 4 R
Chichester, John H. 626 (804) 698-7528 28 R
Colgan, Charles J. 432 (804) 698-7529 29 D
Cuccinelli, Ken 313 (804) 698-7537 37 R
Deeds, R. Creigh 308 (804) 698-7525 25 D
Devolites, Jeannemarie 323 (804) 698-7534 34 R
Edwards, John S. 309 (804) 698-7521 21 D
Hanger, Emmett W., Jr. 431 (804) 698-7524 24 R
Hawkins, Charles R. 321 (804) 698-7519 19 R
Houck, R. Edward 326 (804) 698-7517 17 D
Howell, Janet D. 327 (804) 698-7532 32 D
Lambert, Benjamin J., III 311 (804) 698-7509 9 D
Locke, Mamie 322 (804) 698-7502 2 D
Lucas, L. Louise 328 (804) 698-7518 18 D
Marsh, Henry L., III 329 (804) 698-7516 16 D
Martin, Stephen H. 302 (804) 698-7511 11 R
Miller, Yvonne B. 315 (804) 698-7505 5 D
Mims, Bill 320 (804) 698-7533 33 R
Newman, Stephen D. 303 (804) 698-7523 23 R
Norment, Thomas K., Jr. 427 (804) 698-7503 3 R
O'Brien, Jay 316 (804) 698-7539 39 R
Obenshain, Mark 310 (804) 698-7526 26 R
Potts, H. Russell, Jr. 330 (804) 698-7527 27 R
Puckett, Phillip P. 318 (804) 698-7538 38 D
Puller, Toddy 428 (804) 698-7536 36 D
Quayle, Frederick M. 304 (804) 698-7513 13 R
Rerras, Nick 305 (804) 698-7506 6 R
Reynolds, Wm. Roscoe 319 (804) 698-7520 20 D
Ruff, Frank M., Jr. 307 (804) 698-7515 15 R
Saslaw, Richard L. 613 (804) 698-7535 35 D
Stolle, Kenneth W. 426 (804) 698-7508 8 R
Stosch, Walter A. 621 (804) 698-7512 12 R
Ticer, Patricia S. 429 (804) 698-7530 30 D
Wagner, Frank W. 312 (804) 698-7507 7 R
Wampler, William C., Jr. 301 (804) 698-7540 40 R
Watkins, John 331 (804) 698-7510 10 R
Whipple, Mary Margaret 430 (804) 698-7531 31 D
Williams, Martin E. 332 (804) 698-7501 1 R

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Bell, J. Brandon, II P.O. Box 20855
Roanoke, VA 24018 P (540) 989-2882
F (540) 772-0178
Blevins, Harry B. P.O. Box 16207
Chesapeake, VA 23328 P (757) 546-2435
F (757) 546-7346
Bolling, Bill P.O. Box 3037
Mechanicsville, VA 23116 P (804) 730-4202
F (804) 559-2595
Chichester, John H. P.O. Box 904
Fredericksburg, VA 22404-0904 P (540) 373-5600
F (540) 373-5624
Colgan, Charles J. 10677 Aviation Lane
Manassas, VA 20110-2701 P (703) 368-0300
F (703) 257-2856
Cuccinelli, Ken P.O. Box 684
Centreville, VA 20122 P (703) 766-0635
F (703) 766-0637
Deeds, R. Creigh P.O. Box 5462
Charlottesville, VA 22905-5462 P (434) 296-5491
F (434) 296-5949
Devolites, Jeannemarie P.O. Box 936
Vienna, VA 22183 P (703) 938-7972
F (703) 938-1706
Edwards, John S. P.O. Box 1179
Roanoke, VA 24006-1179 P (540) 985-8690
F (540) 345-9950
Hanger, Emmett W., Jr. P.O. Box 2
Mount Solon, VA 22843-0002 P (540) 885-6898
F (540) 885-6777
Hawkins, Charles R. P.O. Box 818
Chatham, VA 24531-0818 P (434) 432-9672
F (434) 432-8577
Houck, R. Edward P.O. Box 7
Spotsylvania, VA 22553-0007 P (540) 786-2782
F (540) 891-8805
Howell, Janet D. P.O. Box 2608
Reston, VA 20195-0608 P (703) 709-8283
F (703) 435-1995
Lambert, Benjamin J., III 904 North First Street
Richmond, VA 23219-1002 P (804) 643-3534
F (804) 643-3535
Locke, Mamie P.O. Box 3006
Hampton, VA 23663 P (757) 825-5880
F (757) 727-5047
Lucas, L. Louise P.O. Box 700
Portsmouth, VA 23705-0700 P (757) 397-8209
F (757) 966-9671
Marsh, Henry L., III 600 East Broad Street, Suite 402
Richmond, VA 23219-1800 P (804) 648-9073
F (804) 648-2116
Martin, Stephen H. P.O. Box 700
Chesterfield, VA 23832 P (804) 674-0242
F (804) 674-7241
Miller, Yvonne B. 555 Fenchurch Street, Suite 403
Norfolk, VA 23510 P (757) 627-4212
F (757) 627-7203
Mims, Bill P.O. Box 741
Leesburg, VA 20178-0741 P (703) 779-1888
F (703) 777-4001
Newman, Stephen D. P.O. Box 480
Forest, VA 24551 P (434) 385-1065
F (434) 385-1021
Norment, Thomas K., Jr. P.O. Box 1697
Williamsburg, VA 23187-1697 P (757) 259-7810
F (757) 259-7812
O'Brien, Jay P.O. Box 5
Clifton, VA 20124 P (703) 750-0936
F (703) 750-1183
Obenshain, Mark P.O. Box 555
Harrisonburg, VA 22803 P (540) 437-3126
F (540) 437-3134
Potts, H. Russell, Jr. 14 North Braddock Street
Winchester, VA 22601-4120 P (540) 665-2092
F (540) 665-8399
Puckett, Phillip P. P.O. Box 924
Tazewell, VA 24651-0924 P (276) 979-8181
F (276) 979-8383
Puller, Toddy P.O. Box 73
Mount Vernon, VA 22121-0073 P (703) 765-1150
F (703) 765-9243
Quayle, Frederick M. 3808 Poplar Hill Road, Suite E
Chesapeake, VA 23321-5524 P (757) 483-9173
F (757) 483-3924
Rerras, Nick 1518 Springmeadow Boulevard
Norfolk, VA 23518-4814 P (757) 855-7044
F (757) 855-7048
Reynolds, Wm. Roscoe P.O. Box 404
Martinsville, VA 24114-0404 P (276) 638-2315
F (276) 638-2293
Ruff, Frank M., Jr. P.O. Box 332
Clarksville, VA 23927 P (434) 372-0551
F (434) 372-0552
Saslaw, Richard L. P.O. Box 1856
Springfield, VA 22151-0856 P (703) 978-0200
F (703) 978-1221
Stolle, Kenneth W. 2101 Parks Avenue, Suite 700
Virginia Beach, VA 23451 P (757) 486-5700
F (757) 486-8020
Stosch, Walter A. Innsbrook Centre, 4551 Cox Road, Suite 110
Glen Allen, VA 23060-6740 P (804) 527-7780
F (804) 527-7740
Ticer, Patricia S. City Hall - 301 King Street, Room 2007
Alexandria, VA 22314-3211 P (703) 549-5770
F (703) 739-6761
Wagner, Frank W. P.O. Box 68008
Virginia Beach, VA 23471 P (757) 671-2250
F (757) 244-7866
Wampler, William C., Jr. 510 Cumberland Street, Suite 308
Bristol, VA 24201-4387 P (276) 669-7515
F (276) 645-6722
Watkins, John P.O. Box 159
Midlothian, VA 23113-0159 P (804) 379-2063
F (804) 794-7238
Whipple, Mary Margaret 3556 North Valley Street
Arlington, VA 22207-4445 P (703) 538-4097
F (703) 538-2486
Williams, Martin E. P.O. Box 1096
Newport News, VA 23601-1096 P (757) 599-8683
F (757) 873-8723



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Stolle, Kenneth W. district08@sov.state.va.us R 8
Stosch, Walter A. district12@sov.state.va.us R 12
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I didn't think to mention it before, but there is also a petition for the Virginia legislation:

http://www.petitiononline.com/lazizkmu/

Also, you can find more petitions, relating to Virginia issues, on our website:
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Would this only affect first time offenders or repeated non-violent offeneders??
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According to the SB 75 Good Time Bill (state bill) and the LERA (federal bill) it affects all those whom have EARNED Allowances for Good Time and Mandatory Literacy. If you want to know more about the Bill copies of the SB75 Good Conduct are posted on this site or go to the Virginia General Assembly web site and type in SB75, then click on where it is highlighted that says "Full Impact"... Basically, there are 4 Conduct Levels which are determined on a Monthly basis by DOC for all jailed and prison incarcerated persons. How SB 75 works is this... While awaiting trial, sentencing and transferred to prison you earn Level 2 10 days off every 30 days. Currently, it is 2.5 days per 30 days. When transferred to Prison you start off as Level 2. At any time you EARN your way to Level 1, you will be given 15 days off every 30 days (50%). If your behavior and failure to rehabilitate oneself, you will then Earn your way to Level 3 which is 5 days for every 30 days or even Level 4 which is Zero (0) days for every 30 days. The incarcerated person must decide on their choice of fate. This is not a Get out of Jail/Prison for Free Bill... It is an Earn your Way To a Second Chance back into Society as an Asset opposed to continuous Libability Behavior. Everyone will not make it out. This Bill isn't for everyone. Then their are those whom will only earn up to 5 days for every 30 days regardless... They are those whom are sentenced for First Degree Murder, Some Rape Sentences and Life Sentences. Currently, they all get 2.5 days, which the 5 days is doubled. Just these 3 types of Sentencing are exempt from the full 15 days for every 30 days...all others are entitled, but must be EARNED by the incarcerated person...and that is WHEN this BILL is ENACTED!!! Right now it is not, and until we get both the FEDERAL and STATE BILL PASSED this is all talk... SO WE ALL NEED TO START WALKING THE WALK BY SIGNING EVERY PETITION ONLINE AND WRITING BOTH THE US CONGRESS AND YOUR STATE CONGRESS ASAP!!! WE ALSO NEED TO INFORM THOSE WHOM ARE INCARCERATED SO THAT THIS RUMOR CAN SPREAD TO OTHERS, SO THAT THEY CAN SPREAD IT TO THEIR FAMILIES, FRIENDS AND LOVE ONES.
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There Are Some That Feel That Their Love One Will Be Home Soon And Don't See A Need To Get Involve With The Petitions Or The Good Conduct Bills... They Should. Involvement Of Every Person Whether You Need It Or Not... It Is The Right Thing To Do, It Is The Humane Thing To Do...you Never Know What The Future Holds For You, Your Love One, Family Or Friend Whom May Depend On The Passing Of The Bill. So, Please Let's Get Everybody Involved. If You Live In Virginia Sign Both The Lera And Sb 75/sb 89 Bills...if You Don't Reside In Virginia, Then Sign The Lera Petition Which Is Federal And You Know If The Federal Bill Wins, The State Bill Will Soon Follow...give Strength To Both Bills.
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nettie,
my letters and petitions are ready. I have written letters every week to marsh, Wampler and Johnson. I now have my petion ready and will start getting signatures tommorrow.My question is when someone signs do they need to put address and/or phone number? When do you think I should mail them. I have many copies to give to Chris friends. I am also going to put some in the mail to Virginia residents that I have come across names in the court records. I'm sure these people would be interested in signing, some of them are faced with charges that they may go to prison for. If you or any one else can think of things we can do please let me know.

Come on everybody lets get these letters and petitions going!!!!!!!!!!!! Our loved ones need our support.
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Got My First Signature Today!!!!!!!!!
I'm So Excited I Know That This Can Be Done!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Come On People Get Involved. Write Those Letters And Get Them In The Mail. My Petition Is Very Short And To The Point No Need To Write Anything Long Or Legal. Just Enough To Let Them Know That We Need Their Support.
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I know I have seen this guestion before but after writing letters all day I can't find it.. So here goes again SORRY.. If no not if WHEN the bill gets passed do we know when it will start to take effect for our love ones.. Again I'm sorry if you may feel like your repeating yourself, but I'm really trying to find it..
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If it passes this session, it will take affect on July 1, 2005.

It would date back the way it is currently written. (retroactive)
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Hello!

The LERA petition is looking good. We have been hard at work gaining supporters. But, we need to reach our mark, and the only way we can do that is with some volunteer help.

If anyone can take a few hours to email students and college faculty members, please contact me. I will give you the links for your area.

If anyone can take a few hours to email or call social justice committee members, please contact me. I will give you the links for your area.

If anyone can take a few hours to email correctional educators, please contact me. I will give you the links for your area.

We need to get the word and build a base for the LERA campaign.

Please help!




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We are shooting for over 2,000,000 signatures on the LERA petition!http://www.petitiononline.com/LERA/petition.html
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That is one signature for every person incarcerated in the United States!http://www.petitiononline.com/LERA/petition.html
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i was turned down today when i asked someone to sign my petition his reason was he wasnt comfrontable (sp) signing he said he had seen so many people break the law and get out just to go back. He was very polite about it and so was i. I know that i will be turned down but i will also get signatures. I now have 52 signatures and more comeing. There is 3 of us moms in my town working on this. I'm not sure how many signatures they have. I'll just keep trying.
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