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Old 08-07-2017, 03:38 AM
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Default Senate Bill that takes 3 months off sentence?

My man said that there is a senate bill that may be passed, that takes 3 months off a sentence (depending on the crime). Does anybody know anything about it? Can somebody give me details?
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I don't know of any senate bill but they can get some time for good behavior I believe it's 3 months so maybe that's what he's referencing?? But that can be lost w tickets and stuff and I don't know if all are eligible or just those who got 85% at their sentencing ( meaning I don't know if 100% sentence means you can't earn that I'm unfamiliar w how that works) but I do know for example my guy got 5 years and 85% and is up for 3 months off in 2019 if he co tinues to stay out of trouble...
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There is a Temporary Release that can take up to three months off in certain cases. If someone is doing flat time, they aren't eligible. Hubby got out on a TR the last two times he got out.
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It is SB1291. My boyfriend's release date was originally December 9, but he is getting out September 11 on 1291. It's basically an opportunity to get out 3 months early as long as you're taking the classes they assign you, working, etc. You can't have any charges other than drugs (and I believe possibly DUI), and there are other specific rules he has to follow.
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