Concurrent Sentence Definition
A sentence of incarceration that is served at the same time as another term of incarceration. In other words, when a defendant is earning credit for time served on multiple jail or prison sentences simultaneously.
- Michigan Legislature – Section 769.1h
- Consecutive or concurrent sentence, Mich. Comp. Laws § 769.1h
- Consecutive vs Concurrent Sentences – What’s The Difference?
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