SB 206: Criminal Rehabilitation
GENERAL BILL by Rouson
Criminal Rehabilitation; Revising the legislative intent of the Criminal Punishment Code; specifying that one of the dual purposes of sentencing is to rehabilitate the offender to transition back to the community successfully; reducing the minimum sentence that must be served by a defendant; revising provisions concerning gain-time to provide for outstanding deed gain-time, good behavior time, and rehabilitation credits; revising limits on the award of gain-time, etc.
• Referred to Criminal Justice; Appropriations Committee on Criminal and Civil Justice; Fiscal Policy
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