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This is CDCR's monthly report to the 3 judge panel.

http://cdcr.ca.gov/News/docs/3JP-May-2017.pdf


Details are on page 3 how CDCR plans to replace the courts ruling of the parole process with Prop 57's process. They also estimate the number of inmates who potentially eligible for a hearing.
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This is CDCR's monthly report to the 3 judge panel.

http://cdcr.ca.gov/News/docs/3JP-May-2017.pdf


Details are on page 3 how CDCR plans to replace the courts ruling of the parole process with Prop 57's process. They also estimate the number of inmates who potentially eligible for a hearing.
how can they replace the courts parole process? Will they be getting rid of nvss parole?
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how can they replace the courts parole process? Will they be getting rid of nvss parole?
No, they are not getting rid of it exactly. The primary reason 57 was passed (from the standpoint of CDCR) was to remove federal oversight and control how (and who) is released. They want the court-order lifted. The NVO parole process included in 57 increases the number of people eligible for parole consideration earlier than their original EPRD and is modeled after the court-ordered NVSS process.

Defendants also intend to implement the Act’s non-violent parole on July 1, 2017. The non-violent parole process overlaps significantly with the Court-ordered non-violent second-striker parole process in several substantive respects. For instance,the non-violent parole process uses the same public safety screening criteria and notification procedures for registered victims and prosecuting agencies that CDCR uses for the Court-ordered process. Similarly, the Board of Parole Hearings will apply the same legal standard for reviewing an inmate’s suitability for release under the non-violent parole process as is currently used.
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No, they are not getting rid of it exactly. The primary reason 57 was passed (from the standpoint of CDCR) was to remove federal oversight and control how (and who) is released. They want the court-order lifted. The NVO parole process included in 57 increases the number of people eligible for parole consideration earlier than their original EPRD and is modeled after the court-ordered NVSS process.

Defendants also intend to implement the Act’s non-violent parole on July 1, 2017. The non-violent parole process overlaps significantly with the Court-ordered non-violent second-striker parole process in several substantive respects. For instance,the non-violent parole process uses the same public safety screening criteria and notification procedures for registered victims and prosecuting agencies that CDCR uses for the Court-ordered process. Similarly, the Board of Parole Hearings will apply the same legal standard for reviewing an inmate’s suitability for release under the non-violent parole process as is currently used.
so they will still do nvss?
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so they will still do nvss?
Yes. But...no. Sorry, I know this isn't making sense. Let's look at this paragraph:

Maintaining both processes will lead to confusion among inmates and require significant overlap and duplication of work by the Board of Parole Hearings and the Department.For these reasons, and because this parole process eliminates the need for the Court’s state law waivers, Defendants intend to replace the Court-ordered process on July 1, 2017.

The way I understand this, having both processes would be unnecessary because they do the same thing. Their intention is to eliminate the existing NVSS and "swallow" it into the new process.

Someone feel free to correct me if I'm wrong.
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