Prop 57: CDCR Has Broad Discretion on Conduct Credits

In calculating one’s parole date under Proposition 57, many people believe that the CDCR is supposed to assume one earns conduct credits in their calculation. As the following summary of a reported decision from the Third Appellate District explains, this is not how the CDCR performs their calculation. After all, one can lose conduct credits for disciplinary violations (and have such credits restored later), so excluding such credits in the initial calculation seems proper and then adding them in later makes more sense. To read more about the CDCR’s early parole date calculation, please click on the following link – https://www.greghillassociates.com/prop-57-cdcr-has-broad-discretion-on-conduct-credits.html

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