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    State of Reduction In Sentence Initiatives For Federal Offenders Increased Good Conduct Time | Special Programming Credits | Elderly Release | Compassionate
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 30, 2012
      State of Reduction In Sentence Initiatives For Federal Offenders

      Increased Good Conduct Time | Special Programming Credits | Elderly Release | Compassionate Release Program

      ~ Report ~

      The current landscape of the state of reduction in sentence initiatives for federal offenders is set out in the report in five (5) pending legislative devices and or proposals seeking to reduce federal prison sentences, inter alia, to increase amount of good conduct time credits for federal inmates above the current credit of 47 days per year, awarded after serving each year of a term of imprisonment; credits for special programming; early release for elderly inmates; and reduction in sentence for extraordinary reasons.

      Report: http://www.fedcure. org/documents/ FedCURE-Report- TheState- of-ReductionInSe ntenceInitiative sForFederalOffen ders.shtml
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      CLICK TO SUPPORT | FedCURE Call-2-Action: S.1231 ~ Second Chance Reauthorization Act | Contact your Senators. Now! http://www.fedcure. org/documents/ S.1231SCRA2011. shtml
      Second Chance Reauthorization Act of 2011, S.1231, 112th Cong. § 4(f) proposes to amend certain statutory provisions related to good conduct time in 18 U.S.C. § 3624(b)(1). The bill was reported out of the Senate Judiciary Committee on July 21, 2011, and is awaiting full Senate action. Similar legislation has not yet been introduced in the House.

      ALERT: Sen. Grassley (R-IA) is still opposing the federal good time provisions of S.1231 ~ the Second Chance Reauthorization Act; and you all need to bombard his office urging him to support S.1231, as amended by ALB11493, 21 July 2011. Write, Call, e-Mail, Fax and or visit the Senator. Let him know how important federal good time allowances are and the huge cost savings.

      Sen. Chuck Grassley
      135 Hart Senate Office Building
      Washington, DC 20510
      (202) 224 - 3744
      Fax: (202) 224-6020
      http://www.grassley .senate.gov/ Copy-of-contact. cfm
      http://www.grassley .senate.gov/
      You can automatically track S. 1231 on GovTrack.US here: http://www.govtrack .us/congress/ bill.xpd? bill=s112- 1231

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      Support the BARBER Amendment ~ federal good time bill.
      FedCURE/POPVOX: Live Feed ~~~ See Your Legislative Comments sent to Congress

      Over 33,250 e-Certified Congressional Petitioners ~~~ Sign the BARBER Petition on CHANGE.org ~ Send Your Support & Comments To 112th Congress on POPVOX: http://www.fedcure. org/documents/ HR1475.shtml

      Proposed Bill to Increase Good Time for federal offenders to 128 days a year:

      Barber Amendment - Title 18 U.S.C. § 3624(b)(1) is amended as follows: by striking the number "54" in the first sentence as it appears and inserting in lieu thereof the number "128"; and in the same sentence, by striking "prisoner's term of imprisonment" and inserting in lieu thereof "term of sentence imposed" . This Amendment is retroactive. [END].

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      Call, Fax & Write To:
      The Honorable Lamar Smith, Chairman
      Committee on the Judiciary
      2138 RHOB, Washington, DC 20515-6216
      Telephone: (202) 225-3951
      Fax: (202) 225-8628
      http://judiciary. house.gov/ about/contact. html

      All Committee Members:
      http://judiciary. house.gov/ about/members. html
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      The Honorable Patrick J. Leahy, Chairman
      United States Senate
      Committee on the Judiciary
      224 Dirksen Senate Office Building
      Washington, DC 20510

      Telephone: (202) 224-7703
      Fax: (202) 224-9516

      All Committee Members;

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