Interpretation of District of Columbia Good Time Credits Act of 1986

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The District of Columbia Good Time Credits Act of 1986, which requires that prisoners “be given credit on the maximum . . . term of imprisonment for time spent . . . on parole” does not impliedly repeal another provision of the D.C. Code, that requires that recommitted parole violators not receive credit against their sentences for time spent on parole.

Updated July 9, 2014