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    Thread: New Parole Rules as of Oct. 1 2011

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      New Parole Rules as of Oct. 1 2011

      Low level non-violent offenders will not be under the jurisdiction of County Probation they will no longer be under the jurisdiction of State Parole officers. (Does not apply to people on Parole prior to Oct. 1 2011)

      They will be reviewed at 6 months (not the old 12 months) for early release from parole.

      All parole violations are now 180 days max with automatic 1/2 time to be served at the county level. No more being sent back to state for a parole violation.
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      Here is a list of crimes that would exclude someone from getting county supervision.

      While, as of October 1, 2011, local communities will begin taking custody of offenders who meet the criteria of being non-violent, non-serious, and non-sex offenders, there are some exceptions to this rule. There are a number of crimes that are categorized as being non-violent, non-serious, and non-sex offenses but nonetheless, under the California Penal Code, will still require that offenders serve their sentences in State prisons.
      These crimes are also known as the Exclusions, and there are a total of 59. Their exclusion status is due to their enactment as majority-vote bills wherein voters decided that tougher and longer sentences were required for certain kinds of offenses. Thus, any offender convicted of any one of these 59 exclusions will serve their sentences with the State.
      Below is a list of AB 109’s Crime Exclusions:
      Administering stupefying drugs to assist in commission of a felony PC 222
      Battery against a juror PC 243.7
      Gassing of a peace officer or local detention facility employee PC 243.9
      Abduction or procurement by fraudulent inducement for prostitution PC 266a
      Purchasing a person for purposes of prostitution or placing a person for immoral purposes PC 266e
      Sale of a person for immoral purposes PC 266f
      Pimping and pimping a minor PC 266h
      Pandering and pandering with a minor PC 266i
      Procurement of a child under age 16 for lewd or lascivious acts PC 266j
      Felony child abuse likely to produce great bodily injury or death PC 273a
      Assault resulting in death of a child under age 8 PC 273ab
      Felony domestic violence PC 273.5
      Poisoning or adulterating food, drink, medicine, pharmaceutical product, spring, well, reservoir, or public water supply PC 347
      Felony physical abuse of an elder or dependent adult PC 368b
      Brandishing firearm or deadly weapon to avoid arrest PC 417.8
      Unlawfully causing a fire that causes an inhabited structure or inhabited property to burn PC 452
      Felony stalking PC 646.9
      Solicitation for murder PC 653f(b)
      Possession of a firearm by a prohibited person PC 12021/12021.1
      Possession of an explosive or destructive device PC 12303.2
      Escape PC 4532
      Possession of a controlled substance while armed with a firearm HS 11370.1
      Evading a peace officer by driving in a willful or wanton disregard for safety of persons or property VC 2800.2
      Evading a peace officer causing death or serious bodily injury VC 2800.3
      Hit and run driving causing death or injury VC 20001
      Felony driving under the influence causing injury VC 23153
      Felony convictions with a Penal Code Section 186 11 enhancement PC 186 11
      Felony convictions with a Penal Code Section 186.11 enhancement PC 186.11
      Bribing an Executive Officer PC 67
      Executive or Ministerial Officer Accepting a Bribe PC 68
      Bribing a Legislator PC 85
      Legislator Excepting a Bribe PC 86
      Judicial Bribery PC 92/93
      Peace Officer Intentionally Planting Evidence PC 141
      Local Official Accepting a Bribe PC 165
      Misappropriation of Public Funds PC 424
      Embezzlement of Public Funds PC 504/514
      Conflict of Interest by Public Officer or Employee GC 1090/1097
      Taking Subordinate Pay GC 1195
      Destruction of Documents GC 1855
      Public Official Who Aids and Abets Voter Fraud EC 18501
      Assault on a Peace Officer PC 245(d)
      Persuading, Luring, or Transporting a Minor Under 13 PC 272(b)
      Employment of Minor to Sell Controlled Substance HS 11353
      Employment of Minor to Sell Controlled Substance HS 11354
      Use of Minor to Transport/Possess/Possess for Sale HS 11380(a)
      Employment of Minor to Sell Marijuana HS 11361(a)(b)
      Brandishing Firearm in Presence of Peace Officer PC 417(c)
      Brandishing Firearm or Deadly Weapon to Resist Arrest PC 417.8
      Vehicular Manslaughter While Intoxicated PC 191.5 (c)
      Knowningly Exposes Someone to HIV HS 120291
      Knowningly Facilitates the Collection of Wrongfully Attributed DNA Specimines PC 298.2
      Wrongful Use of DNA Specimines PC 299.5
      Criminal Gang Activity PC 186.22
      Street Gang Activity PC 186.26
      Gang Registration Violation PC 186.33
      Possession or Importation of Horse Meat PC 598c
      Sale of Horse Meat PC 598d
      Manufacture/Dsitribution of False Documents for Citizenship Purposes PC 113
      Use of False Documents for Citizenship Purposes PC 1142011 realignment.



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      So all the parolee's that are already on State parole but are non serious, non violent, non sex offenses will still be on state parole? Am I reading it right?

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      No only people released after Oct. 1 will be on county probation. Anyone who had already been released prior to Oct. 1st states on state parole.

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      Someone just pointed out to me in the new rules that if you were paroled prior to Oct. 1, 2011 and you violate you are still under the old rules and will be sent back to state for your violation and can do up to 1 years flat. What it exactly says is:

      "Persons paroled prior to Oct. 1, 2011, who commit violations, are, until July 1, 2013, subject to parole revocation procedures under CDCR regulations."
      All other new parolees will serve 180 days in county, but with half time, so it's actually 90 days.

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      Just wanted to confirm that parole discharge reviews are being done at 6 months, rather than 12 months. I was unsure of this, and asked several parole agents about the validity of this 'rumor'. It is true. Many of us will be up for discharge review in April, due to these new changes...

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      Here are the new "proposed" guidelines regarding violations for those still on state parole supervision http://www.cdcr.ca.gov/BOPH/reg_revisions.html If you open the PDF on 2646.1 you will see the new recommended terms for revocations for various offenses. It doesn't mean much because they state that the guidelines only apply to those who have not had a previous return to custody, so I'm sure on subsequent violations they would try to give you max time (180 days with 1/2 time). I looked at the violation guidelines for Solano County Community Supervision of parolees, and the same technical violations that will get you 75-135 days if you are on state parole would end up with nothing much more than a warning if you are on community supervision. I'm not sure how they can get away with treating people so differently based solely on whether or not they were paroled before Oct 1, 2011

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      I heard that the Appellate Court just ruled on Friday (2/3/12) that the parole board now have 45 days to see you if you are being held on a parole hold.

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