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Old 12-27-2017, 01:21 PM
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Anxiously waiting for the first of the year for 1308 to go into effect. Super excited to see that 2030 date go away and a new possible parole date appear, even if it is just "tentative" lol

I know this is a dumb question, but anyone know how long it could possible take for them to update the website to show his possible consultation/hearing month and year? We are brand new to the parole board aspect of prison as 1308 knocked us into parole board planning instead of just waiting for his release date so we are just super excited right now lol
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Old 12-27-2017, 02:18 PM
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Anxiously waiting for the first of the year for 1308 to go into effect. Super excited to see that 2030 date go away and a new possible parole date appear, even if it is just "tentative" lol

I know this is a dumb question, but anyone know how long it could possible take for them to update the website to show his possible consultation/hearing month and year? We are brand new to the parole board aspect of prison as 1308 knocked us into parole board planning instead of just waiting for his release date so we are just super excited right now lol
Hi, my husband's date changed already and he was also notified by his counselor.
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Old 12-27-2017, 03:07 PM
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Hi, my husband's date changed already and he was also notified by his counselor.

Wow! Really from AB1308?? We were thinking his parole eligible date hasnít changed because technically the law doesnít go into effect until January 1st.
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Old 12-27-2017, 03:25 PM
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Wow! Really from AB1308?? We were thinking his parole eligible date hasnít changed because technically the law doesnít go into effect until January 1st.
Yup. I brought up the bill a few times in the past so that he was aware. Sometime last week he called and said that his counselor gave him the new date that he would go in front of the parole board. I went and checked on the CDCR website and it was posted on there.
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Yup. I brought up the bill a few times in the past so that he was aware. Sometime last week he called and said that his counselor gave him the new date that he would go in front of the parole board. I went and checked on the CDCR website and it was posted on there.
They should have a consultation before their hearing date. Did that post as well?
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Old 12-27-2017, 04:40 PM
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They should have a consultation before their hearing date. Did that post as well?
Yes, I believe so. Parole Eligible Date is set for 2038. Consultation is set for 2033 and the status says "Tentative date for consultation with inmate".
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Yes, I believe so. Parole Eligible Date is set for 2038. Consultation is set for 2033 and the status says "Tentative date for consultation with inmate".
Awesome. No one had access to the locator information that posts now when SB 260/261 were passed so we're not sure how the timeline looks for appearance. But it sounds as though they are getting the ball rolling. Excellent news.
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Awesome. No one had access to the locator information that posts now when SB 260/261 were passed so we're not sure how the timeline looks for appearance. But it sounds as though they are getting the ball rolling. Excellent news.
I get excited just seeing those numbers change. He'll be able to go in front of the parole board 25 years sooner than we originally thought! I'm hoping the information/timeline that CDCR posts is accurate.
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Oh wow. That's interesting. I'll have him talk to his counselor after the first. I know some people were confusing the new dates with Prop 57 adjustments. Hopefully we get our new date soon And congrats!
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Oh wow. That's interesting. I'll have him talk to his counselor after the first. I know some people were confusing the new dates with Prop 57 adjustments. Hopefully we get our new date soon And congrats!
I don't think my husband is eligible for Prop 57 as he is a VO. Also on CDCR, it stated that the date shown is the first date he is eligible for a parole suitability hearing as a youth offender because he committed his controlling offense while under the age of 26. Thanks! I hope you guys get your date soon!
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I don't think my husband is eligible for Prop 57 as he is a VO. Also on CDCR, it stated that the date shown is the first date he is eligible for a parole suitability hearing as a youth offender because he committed his controlling offense while under the age of 26. Thanks! I hope you guys get your date soon!
My husband is also a violent offender and they actually are eligible for certain parts of Prop 57 (milestone/education credits etc). They just aren't eligible for early release. But since he is a YO the milestones don't do much for him anymore. Youth offenders are excluded from earning credit towards their earliest possible parole date.
Sounds like our husbands are in the same boat, mine committed his controlling offense at 23 so he just recently became considered a youth offender with the passing of AB1308 =)

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My husband is also a violent offender and they actually are eligible for certain parts of Prop 57 (milestone/education credits etc). They just aren't eligible for early release. But since he is a YO the milestones don't do much for him anymore. Youth offenders are excluded from earning credit towards their earliest possible parole date.
Sounds like are husbands are in the same boat, mine committed his controlling offense at 23 so he just recently became considered a youth offender with the passing of AB1308 =)
Huh... I must've missed the part about the milestones/credits... or completely forgot about them.

Looks like we are on the same boat. Lol. My husband committed his offense at 25 so he fell just right under the youth offender category. Thank goodness.
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Hello everyone. I'm a newbie here....
My Hubby is LWOP and he was only 19 when the crime happened. They didn't arrest him and charge him until 9 years later, after he started a new life, met me and we were going to have a family. How is this fair? They need to apply this law for LWOP, because at 19, you just don't know any better and need another chance at life outside. I'm not losing hope. I just really want my husband back.
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Hello everyone. I'm a newbie here....
My Hubby is LWOP and he was only 19 when the crime happened. They didn't arrest him and charge him until 9 years later, after he started a new life, met me and we were going to have a family. How is this fair? They need to apply this law for LWOP, because at 19, you just don't know any better and need another chance at life outside. I'm not losing hope. I just really want my husband back.
Has your loved one considered filing a commutation? It may be a bit early, depending how long he's done, but it's worth doing when he can document his steps toward rehabilitation (classes, staff kudos in the form of chronos).

I'm hopeful that CA legislation is moving toward ending LWOP. It feels possible. Welcome to PTO.
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Violent offenders are included but must serve 15 years on a determinate or 25(?) on an indeterminate sentence before being eligible. It does not help those with sentences shorter than 15 years.
Hello just wondering ... How can we go about in putting in a petition for my lovedone?? He is a lifer has been down for 19 years and just had a parole hearing may 2nd and he decided to reschedule for feer of parole giving him more time to go to parole again
He did his crime at age of 19. He has told me about this SB260/261
Sorry im just so overwhelmed about this!!! He is an immigrant of mexico an in 2005 signed his deportation papers and is still here. He was sentenced to 15 to life with possibility of parole...PLZ HELP
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Hello just wondering ... How can we go about in putting in a petition for my lovedone?? He is a lifer has been down for 19 years and just had a parole hearing may 2nd and he decided to reschedule for feer of parole giving him more time to go to parole again
He did his crime at age of 19. He has told me about this SB260/261
Sorry im just so overwhelmed about this!!! He is an immigrant of mexico an in 2005 signed his deportation papers and is still here. He was sentenced to 15 to life with possibility of parole...PLZ HELP

There is no petition for this. If he was under the age of 25 at the time of his crime AND has not committed a malicious felony while incarcerated AND has served the minimum amount of time required for his status, then CDCR will designate him as YOP eligible.

The minimum time for him to serve on a 15-Life, under SB260, would be 20 years making him YOP eligible next year.

Check the inmate locator. If he is eligible, it should say that in the box adjacent to "Parole Eligible Date Information". If it does not say that, it is either because he doesn't qualify (check the flowchart here), or there has been an error. He can write BOP and ask them to verify his YOP status.

All of that said...his immigration status may have some impact on this that I'm not aware of. The best thing for him to do is to speak with his CC1 and ask for advice.
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