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Tuesday, July 01, 2014

Ind. Law - "How much time will a criminal serve now that Indiana’s new criminal code is in effect?"

The Herald Times GovTracker today has a brief article on the new criminal code, including:

If you’re curious about how much time an offender will serve, you can use the department’s [ILB: actually it looks to be the Court's] handy calculator to figure out how much credit time an offender will get for days served.
The story also reports:
The state also updated the online code, including both the old code and the new code in the updated version, a useful tool for those that want to compare the changes.

The Monroe County Prosecutor’s Office uploaded the new code in its entirety online as well.

The ILB can't recommend either the link or description in the first paragraph, as it leads to the outdated 2013 version of Title 35 (!!!). [Read this warning carefully]

However, the link in the second paragraph to the Monroe County Prosecutor's copy of all the HEA 1006 amendments is very useful.

Posted by Marcia Oddi on July 1, 2014 03:09 PM
Posted to Indiana Law