New Sentencing Guidelines Could Shorten Drug Sentences For Tens Of Thousands Of People In Federal Prison
Posted by Johnny Green
On Saturday, November 1, changes to federal drug sentencing guidelines take effect and courts may begin considering petitions from incarcerated individuals for sentencing reductions. Thousands of people who are currently serving long, punitive drug-related sentences in federal prisons could be eligible to apply, although no one who benefits from this reform may be released for another year, or prior to November 1, 2015.
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