Q: My brother was convicted of trafficking meth in 2006 at 85% have any laws changed to get him paroled now.
The evidence was a stolen out of impound by a cop and the cop didn't go to prison. He went before the judge for sentencing. He was Guv in credit for the year in county before sentencing.
A: No laws have changed with respect to drug charges that wold help your brother. He may be able to get a judicial sentence modification. The law on that changed to allow one within five years of a sentence. But, if he was convicted in 2006, then that would be way beyond the five year limit.
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