To over turn Wisconsin 2011 Act 38

To over turn Wisconsin 2011 Act 38

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Christopher Johnson started this petition to Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers

In 2011 Wisconsin Act 38 Stopped paroles /inmates let out on extended  supervision from discharging early after they have completed years of supervision to move on with your life after they’ve paid they paid their debt back to society. 2011 Act 38 was a criteria that if met by paroles they could be discharged of if extended supervision after the 2 years. Wisconsin is a truth in sentence state which means if you have 10 years of extended supervision in you go nine years 11 months in 25 days with no issues you can be the ideal Law abiding Citizen. Wisconsin is a truth in sentence state which means if you have 10 years of extended supervision in you go 9 years 11 months and 25 days with no issues you can be the ideal Law abiding Citizen, But your last five days you defend your wife and children at a local restaurant You could potentially lose all your street time which is the 9 years 11 months and 25 days. So you would have to go back to jail/prison get revocative and start your entire 10 year extended supervision sentence over they could give you one year imprisonment and then you will return back home honestly supervision for nine years of extent of supervision all over again. So you would have to go back to jail/prison get replicated and start your entire 10 year extended supervision sentence over they could give you one year imprisonment and then you will return back home on extended supervision for nine years of extended supervision all over again. This almost seems like double Jeopardy maybe even triple Jeopardy Governor Tony Evers  have the power to address this issue. To my knowledge depopulating the prison system is important to him this could be a big thing for his plans because a lot of the inmates that are in prison have been revocative and sent back to prison for allegations and non-violent crimes. Please help me get this on governor Evers desk so. Thank you

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