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Credit Time Calculator

Offenses committed after June 30, 2014 fall under the new credit time levels as outlined by IC 35-50-6-3.1. The Credit Time Calculator can be used to determine earned credit time based on the highest degree of offense or whether the defendant is a credit restricted felon, in conjunction with either a date range of confinement or a number of actual days served.

According to IC 35-50-6-3.1 and IC 35-50-6-4:

Credit Class A: A person (1) who is not a credit restricted felon; and (2) who is imprisoned for a Level 6 felony or a misdemeanor or imprisoned awaiting trial or sentencing for a Level 6 felony or misdemeanor. Serve 1 actual day; earn 1 credit day.

Credit Class B: A person (1) who is not a credit restricted felon; and (2) who is imprisoned for a crime other than a Level 6 felony or misdemeanor (i.e. Murder, Levels 1-5) or imprisoned awaiting trial or sentencing for a crime other than a Level 6 felony or misdemeanor (i.e. Murder, Levels 1-5). Serve 3 actual days; earn 1 credit day.

Credit Class C: A person (1) who is a credit restricted felon (see IC 35-31.5-2-72); and (2) who is imprisoned for a crime or imprisoned awaiting trial or sentencing. Serve 6 actual days; earn 1 credit day.

Credit Class D: Disciplinary level that may be imposed for violations of (1) a rule of the Department of Correction; (2) a rule of the penal facility in which the person is imprisoned; (3) a rule or condition of a community transition program. Serve 1 actual day; earn 0 credit days.

For offenses committed prior to July 1, 2014, the default calculation is based on Credit Class I where the defendant earns 1 day of credit time for each day the person is imprisoned for a crime or confined awaiting trial or sentencing.





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