Mandatory Minimums Results
  • Whether to reduce the mandatory minimum sentence for ‘One-Strike’ drug offenses from 10 years to 5 years
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  • Whether to reduce the mandatory minimum sentence for ‘Two-Strike’ drug offenses from 20 years to 15 years
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  • Whether to reduce the mandatory minimum sentence for ‘Three-Strike’ drug offenses from life in prison to 25 years
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  • Whether to create a new category for someone whose role is limited to transporting or storing illegal drugs or the money related to drug deals that is not subject to mandatory minimum sentencing rules
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Early Release for those Convicted as a Juvenile Results
  • Whether to give judges the discretion to release early prisoners who were convicted as juveniles and who have served 20 years of their sentence
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Early Release for Elderly or Ill Prisoners Results
  • Whether to give judges the discretion to release early prisoners who are 60-plus years old, who are nonviolent, and who have completed two thirds of their sentence
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  • Whether to give judges the discretion to release early prisoners who have a terminal illness
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  • Whether to give judges the discretion to release early prisoners who have a serious illness that requires the use of an assisted living facility
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Early Release for Low-Risk Prisoners Results
  • Whether to give judges the discretion to allow selected prisoners to serve the last 10% of their sentence in a monitored home setting, provided that they pose a low to moderate risk that they will repeat their criminal activity
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  • Whether to give judges the discretion to allow selected prisoners to serve the last 20% of their sentence
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Retroactively Apply the 2010 Fair Sentencing Act Results
  • Whether to retroactively apply the 2010 Fair Sentencing Act, which changed sentencing guidelines from counting an amount of crack cocaine as equivalent to 100 times that amount of powder cocaine to 18 times that amount of powder cocaine
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