28 CFR 2.79 - Good time forfeiture.

§ 2.79 Good time forfeiture.
Although a forfeiture of good time will not bar a prisoner from receiving a parole hearing, D.C. Code 24-404 permits the Commission to parole only those prisoners who have substantially observed the rules of the institution. Consequently, the Commission will consider a grant of parole for a prisoner with forfeited good time only after a thorough review of the circumstances underlying the disciplinary infraction(s). The Commission must be satisfied that the prisoner has served a period of imprisonment sufficient to outweigh the seriousness of the prisoner's misconduct.
[65 FR 45888, July 26, 2000, as amended at 68 FR 41531, July 14, 2003]

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