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Hey there, if you or a loved one is serving time for a federal drug crime, you may have heard about something called Amendment 821 – but what exactly is it, and how can it help you? Don’t worry, I’ll walk you through everything you need to know about this new opportunity for sentence reductions.
First off, Amendment 821 was passed by the U.S. Sentencing Commission and is set to go into effect on November 1, 2023 (unless Congress blocks it). The main things it does are:
This opens the door for thousands of federal inmates to potentially get their sentences reduced – especially non-violent drug offenders serving long sentences under outdated mandatory minimum laws. I know that probably sounds too good to be true, but stick with me!
The people most likely to benefit from Amendment 821 are low-level, non-violent drug offenders with minimal criminal histories. This includes:
Violent criminals and drug kingpins won’t get any breaks. But a lot of “average” drug offenders – even those with mandatory minimums – may see sentence reductions of a year or more in some cases.
Starting November 1, 2023, you can file a motion in federal court asking for resentencing under Amendment 821. The judge will then review your case and decide if you’re eligible. If so, they’ll hold a hearing where they can reduce your sentence as appropriate. Here are some key things to know:
It’s not an automatic process, but Amendment 821 at least gives you a chance. The Sentencing Commission estimates around 11,500 current federal inmates could see lower guideline ranges.
There’s no set amount for sentence reductions under Amendment 821. It depends on factors like:
That said, the Commission estimates average sentence reductions could be around 14 months for certain non-violent drug offenders. For others who get criminal history points recalculated, average reductions are projected around 15 months. That can make a huge difference if you’re serving a lengthy sentence!
If you think you may qualify for a reduced sentence under Amendment 821, here are some important steps:
Having an experienced federal prison release lawyer or post-conviction relief attorney on your side can really increase your odds of getting the biggest sentence reduction possible. They can navigate the process, argue your case persuasively, and give you the best shot.
I know you or your loved one may feel like there’s no light at the end of the tunnel right now. But Amendment 821 provides real reasons for optimism if you’re serving serious time for a non-violent federal drug crime. Tens of thousands of inmates will get a second look at their sentences starting in November.
This is a huge chance to finally get some justice and mercy. Don’t miss out on it! Take action now to prepare the strongest possible case for resentencing under Amendment 821. You have the power to change your life starting right now.
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