カリフォルニア州の裁判官は、再犯者の以前のリリースを承認します

サクラメント上級裁判所のShamaMesiwala裁判官は、先月彼女が課した一時的な拘束命令を解除しました.

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That order temporarily blocked California corrections officials from acting on emergency regulations allowing them to increase good conduct credits for second-strike inmates serving time for nonviolent offenses who are housed at minimum-security prisons and camps.

Their daily credits can now increase from half off their sentences to two-thirds off their sentences.

判決 “clears the way for the Department to implement regulations that incentivize incarcerated people to participate in positive rehabilitative activities and avoid negative behavior,” corrections department spokeswoman Vicky Waters said in an email.

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Twenty-eight of California’s 58 地方検事 moved to block the rule, but Mesiwala agreed with corrections officials that the prosecutors lacked standing to challenge the regulations.

The prosecutors argued that it would apply to those convicted of, とりわけ, ニューヨーク市警の2人の警官, human trafficking, animal cruelty and possession of weapons by inmates who have previous convictions for serious and violent felonies. California has a narrow definition of what constitutes a violent crime.

Inmates walk in a line at San Quentin State Prison in San Quentin, カリフォルニア, 8月. 16, 2016. (AP通信)

Inmates walk in a line at San Quentin State Prison in San Quentin, カリフォルニア, 8月. 16, 2016. (AP通信)

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