AB 109 Implementation Plan - 40 Pages
AB 109 Implementation Plan – 40 Pages

AB 109 – Realignment – Early Release Non Violent Offenders

Consumer Resources

Shouse Law.com on AB 109

Crimes that now carry potential jail, not prison sentences, are typically those considered “triple nons” — nonviolent, nonserious and nonregisterable sex offenses. These include many drug offenses and property crimes. Before AB 109, these offenders would have been sent to prison.

How the actual jail portion of a sentence is served is left up to the jail staff to decide. Although judges can recommend or authorize certain types of alternative incarceration programs, Salazar said. Once a person is handed a jail sentence, it is the jail staff that determines if and whether that individual can serve it in a way other than being locked up in jail 24 hours a day.

Alternatives to traditional jail sentences can include various levels of electronic monitoring via ankle bracelet, certain types of drug and alcohol treatment programs and what is called work release, in which offenders “serve” their sentence by performing work at one of 52 job sites throughout the county. Each day of work counts as serving a day of the sentence.

“We need more mental health services — there are too many people with serious mental health issues who are incarcerated at huge taxpayer expense Santa Cruz Sentinel 10.27.2012

FAQ’s

ccp ab 109 tool kit.com/faq

Resources & Links

LA County Probation – AB 109

Technical Resources

40 Page Implementation Manual L.A. County

public_safety_realignment_california_at_a_crossroads

courts.ca.gov

lawyer4u.org/  (Looks like the entire law)

Flash Incarceration – Stanford

Violation of condition of postrelease community supervision. County supervising agencies will have authority to dispose of violations of conditions of postrelease supervision using specified intermediate sanctions up to and including a period of “flash incarceration” in county jail for up to 10 days. There is no court involvement in cases disposed of in this way. (Pen. Code, § 3454.) courts.ca.gov

Google – Post Release Community Supervison

Penal Code §3450 et seq.  Postrelease Community Supervision Act of 201

LA County Realignment Plan.pdf

public_safety_realignment_california_at_a_crossroads.pdf

Flash_Incarceration_Arroyo.pdf

CA Codes (pen_3450-3465).pdf

Related Pages in Criminal Law Section

 

2 comments on “AB 109 Early Release

  1. I went into prison in 09. Got out in 11 on ab109. I was suppost to be sent to Kern region. I’ve been on ab109 ever since. i need a transfer to Kern from LA but LA don’t let go.

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