It is true that under the new Prop 57 law passed into law in November, 2016, certain people serving time in state prison will received additional good conduct credit as long as he or she makes himself available for work and behaves in general. Does this apply to folks serving California state prison sentences outside California? Does it apply to those sentenced to life without the possibility of parole or condemned prisoners? How much will the good time credit percentage increase for a person serving time with one strike? To read answers to these questions, click on the following link.