Last night, Lil’ Boosie was released from Angola after serving a sentence for a possession of marijuana third offense conviction. He only served a portion of the eight years he was sentenced to. According to the Louisiana parole statute, on a charge such as Lil’ Boosie’s, the offender can be released on good time parole after serving 40% of the sentence. This does not apply to all types of charges. Some charges do not even allow for parole. Lil’ Boosie will remain on parole until the eight years is up. He can now get back to making music. It will be interesting to see what topics he covers in his next album…
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