Juvenile offenders; parole eligibility.
Juvenile offenders; parole eligibility. Provides
that any person who has active sentences that total more than 20
years for a single felony offense or multiple felony offenses committed
while that person was a juvenile and who has served the lesser of
at least 20 years of such sentences or 30 percent of the term of
imprisonment imposed for such sentences shall be eligible for parole.
Under current law, such person must have served at least 20 years
before becoming parole eligible.
Bill Patron: Morrissey
(Senate) Read third time and defeated by Senate (19-Y 21-N) February 10, 2022