Alaska Statutes.
Title 33. Probation, Prisons, and Prisoners
Chapter 20. Remission of Sentences; Executive Pardons and Clemency
Section 10. Computation of Good Time.
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AS 33.20.010. Computation of Good Time.

(a) Notwithstanding AS 12.55.125 (f)(3) and 12.55.125(g)(3), a prisoner convicted of an offense against the state or a political subdivision of the state and sentenced to a term of imprisonment that exceeds three days is entitled to a deduction of one-third of the term of imprisonment rounded off to the nearest day if the prisoner follows the rules of the correctional facility in which the prisoner is confined. A prisoner is not eligible for a good time deduction if the prisoner has been sentenced

(1) to a mandatory 99-year term of imprisonment under AS 12.55.125 (a) after June 27, 1996;

(2) to a definite term under AS 12.55.125 (l); or

(3) for a sexual felony under AS 12.55.125 (i) and has one or more prior sexual felony convictions as determined under AS 12.55.145 (a)(4).

(b) [Repealed, Sec. 15 ch 7 SLA 1996].

(c) A prisoner may not be awarded a good time deduction under (a) of this section for any period spent in a treatment program, in a private residence, or while under electronic monitoring.

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