No. CR-95-0118-PR.

185 Ariz. 208 (1996)

914 P.2d 1300

STATE of Arizona, Appellee, v. Sharon Lee TARANGO, Appellant.

Supreme Court of Arizona, En Banc.

April 16, 1996.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Grant Woods, Attorney General by Paul J. McMurdie, Chief Counsel, Criminal Appeals Section, Monica D. Beerling, Assistant Attorney General, Phoenix, for Appellee.

Dean W. Trebesch, Maricopa County Public Defender by Paul J. Prato, Deputy County Public Defender, Phoenix, for Appellant.


MOELLER, Justice.


In affirming defendant's sentence for a drug offense with two prior felonies, the court of appeals held that defendant would be parole eligible under former A.R.S. § 13-604(D) after serving two-thirds of her sentence despite language in former A.R.S. § 13-3408(D), which would have called for a flat time sentence if she had been sentenced as a first-time offender.

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