KY Bill would give pretrial home incarceration credit
The Kentucky Senate has passed a bill giving defendants in Kentucky who receive home incarceration prior to trial credit for the time served as part of their sentences. Wednesday, the Senate voted 32-2 to pass the proposal by Senator Robin Webb. The only votes against it were from Republicans Damon Thayer and John Schickel. The original version of the bill would have made the measure apply retroactively to defendants granted pretrial home incarceration on or after July 15, 1996, but that provision was deleted before the Senate voted on the bill.