Joe Marino

Doing Time, But How Much?

Jan 8, 2018
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A task force looking at dividing crimes into classes is close to drafting its final recommendations.

“I think we could propose having Class D be a zero-to-10-year class; Class E be a zero-to-five-year class,” suggests Scott Nettles, an attorney from Livingston.

But the Felony Class System Task Force is also looking to see if this will help solve the problem of calculating actual prison time.

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Though it’s not yet a done deal, criminal justice reform is nearing the legislative finish line.