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JT Special Prison Report 10:
Good Conduct Time

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Good Conduct Time: How much time can you get off your sentence?

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Good Conduct Time: How much time can you get off your sentence?

A JT Special Prison Report which explains Good Time Credit (GTC) and how a federal prison inmate may earn Good Time Credit. The Bureau of Prisons says that GTC is earned for good behavior which it describes as “exemplary compliance with institutional disciplinary regulations.” Good Time Credit is earned when an inmate avoids incident reports and violations of the BOP’s list of Prohibited Acts. Good Time Credit, also called Good Conduct Time, reduces an inmate’s actual time in federal prison custody. Unfortunately, the BOP has been erroneously computing Good Time Credit for every eligible inmate in all federal prisons since 1948. These miscalculations by the BOP cost each eligible federal prison inmate seven days of freedom each year. This JT Special Prison Report also informs the reader on how to calculate GTC, how a federal prison inmate can lose GTC, and why federal prison inmates who have not earned a GED receive less Good Time Credit than inmates who have earned a GED or high school diploma. Why are only 47 days of GTC given to inmates instead of the 54 days mandated by law? This JT Special Prison Report discloses the BOP’s bungling and unreasonable interpretation of federal truth-in-sentencing and the good time statute which has affected approximately 95 percent of federal prison inmates since 1948. This report also lists the BOP’s Prohibited Acts and the amount of Good Time Credit, also called Good Conduct Time (GCT) that an inmate may lose for a violation of one of the Prohibited Acts.

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