California State Bill 136 is a new bill in 2020 that modifies sentencing for defendants facing sex crimes. The new bill would impose an additional one-year term served for each prior separate prison term served for a conviction of a sexually violent offense.
The current law imposes an additional 3-year sentence for each prior separate prison term served by a defendant where the offense was a violent felony. For all other felonies, the law imposes an additional one-year term for each prior separate prison term or county jail felony term.
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If you or someone you care about is interested in modifying a jail or prison sentence, modifying a condition of probation or parole, or terminating probation altogether, it is vital that you contact an experienced criminal defense lawyer at Wallin & Klarich who is familiar with such matters.
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