good-time


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occupied with or fond of the pleasures of good company

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The misconduct charged caused him to be terminated from his job, and reduced his ability to earn good-time credits and cost him 28 days of good time credit.
The court noted that state prisoners have 'more than a subjective hope for goed-time credit' in a system that initially puts every prisoner in a class which allows good-time credit to accrue unless there is a violation of an enumerated rule.
The court noted that state prisoners have "more than a subjective hope for good-time credit" in a system that initially puts every prisoner in a class which allows good-time credit to accrue unless there is a violation of an enumerated rule.
A federal district court ordered that a prisoner's good-time credits be restored, after they had been revoked, along with his conditional parole, for refusal to take psychotropic medication.