Below is an Excerpt of the BHP Memo that came out earlier in June 2014 on the
Inmates who are 60 years or older and who have been incarcerated for 25 years or more are eligible for the Elderly Parole Program. Eligible inmates may be serving an indeterminate (ISL aka Lifers) or a determinate sentence (DSL).
CRITERIA to be considered at Parole Hearing:
Marsy's Law (Prop 9) Still applies:
If an eligible inmate is denied parole, the denial length will be set pursuant to Penal Code section 3041.5(b)(4) (“Marsy’s Law”) for 3, 5, 7, 10, or 15 years.